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Morgan Sears

Morgan is a planner and data analyst with Fentress, Inc. She has a Master’s Degree in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice. She enjoys baseball, running and spending time with her husband and son.

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As a child growing up on a farm in a small rural area, I was very limited when it came to being around my friends and other peers. I lived almost a mile away from the nearest road, which meant no neighbors, no spontaneous bike riding with friends through the neighborhood, and no last-minute...


It seems that our children’s summer vacations are getting (or feeling) shorter these days. As we enter another school year, the feelings today’s parents have are likely very different than those our parents or grandparents may have had as they watched their own children step onto the bus or walk...


The first safety measure generally observed by visitors at a school is the security vestibule at the front entrance of the school. Security vestibules provide administrators with control over who has access to the interior of the school, thus providing an important line of defense. Yet not all...

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Security within our schools is everyone’s responsibility. Administrators, staff, students, and parents must take an “all hands on deck” approach to make sure that the schools and everyone within its walls are safe.


Safety is a basic human need. We take safety measures with our children daily by ensuring they buckle their seatbelts, wear helmets and pads, learn to swim, and understand safe internet usage. These precautions seem like second nature when our children are with us. But what about when the safety...