Farmington School District To Begin Use Of CrisisGo Application

(FARMINGTON, Mo.) – The Farmington School District approved the use of an application at their meeting Friday morning that will improve safety and security throughout the district.

Superintendent Matt Ruble recently had the chance to go to Las Vegas for a conference, where he learned about something called CrisisGo.

He tells us more about it and how it’ll be used in Farmington.

And Ruble tells us how things will look if the app is is triggered.

The use of CrisisGo will cost the district just over $7,000.
In other news out of the Farmington School District, a new education system was approved that will be “predicated on growth,” according to Ruble.