Education, From The Capitol To The Classroom


A school resource officers reads a Dr. Seuss book to first graders. Safety experts say having trained police officers deeply involved in the education community can help neutralize violence in schools.

October 21, 2010 – First graders at Horn Lake Elementary are ready with the answers as Horn Lake Police’s School Resource Officer Johnny Darby (left) reads “Go Dog Go.” Darby and over twenty other readers participated in the school’s “Community Readers” event. (Stan Carroll/The Commercial Appeal)


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