Guam – The planed security survey of all Guam public schools this week was suspended this morning.
The “Secure Our Schools Act” requires an assessment of the security needs of the schools.
The original plan was to have GSA inspect all of the campuses, starting today, in order to map out each schools’ security needs, individually.
But Deputy Superintendent Robert Malay said after a meeting with GSA this morning they decided to try and work out a more efficient way to determine the security needs at each school.
The “Secure Our Schools” act makes available about $1.3 million dollars to buy security equipment in response to the numerous school burglaries in recent years.