By Lanz Christian Bañes / Times-Herald staff writer
The Vallejo school board voted unanimously Wednesday to file a final response to a county report criticizing safety issues at the district’s namesake high school.
“This is an opportunity for us to take a look at Vallejo High School, and it’s also an opportunity to address concerns, to clarify any statements that were made or maybe misinterpreted, or maybe things we need to work on,” board President Hazel Wilson said, initiating the discussion on the response.
Released in May, the report by the Solano Grand Jury listed numerous safety concerns at Vallejo High School, ranging from staff lacking access to two-way radios during emergencies to existing rules and polices not being enforced by staff, including having students wear I.D. cards.