Security officer represents district

Poohar gives safety talk in Tahoe
Posted on 05/03/2016

A Victor Valley High School campus security officer represented the Victor Valley Union High School District with a well-received presentation on campus safety at the recent School Climate and Culture Summit hosted by the California League of Schools in North Lake Tahoe.


After Poohar presented the results of a district-wide safety analysis at a VVUHSD Stakeholders Roundtable earlier this year, Superintendent Dr. Ron Williams was so impressed that he suggested Poohar share his strategies with a larger audience.


Poohar’s presentation at the CLS conference provided information on how to do a security and safety analysis of a school site.


Poohar, who has worked in the district since 2008, said he was asked to become a long term presenter for CLS and has applied to speak at an upcoming conference in Southern California.


“Everyone told me I hit it out of the park; they enjoyed my presentation and got a lot of information to take back to their district,” Poohar said. “Huge appreciation to Dr. Williams for giving me the opportunity and having faith in me to represent the district.”