AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) — Augusta County Public Schools have been working with a mass communication system used in emergencies and drills.
All staff have access to the new app called Crisis Go, so if they find themselves in an emergency situation, all they have to do is pull out the app and send an alert.
“We can communicate faster and more readily and give more detail other than just doing a PA system… READ MORE
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