Sabine Parish Students Go Back to School

Sabine Sheriff Aaron Mitchell and the Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office announce the beginning of the 2022-2023 Sabine Parish School Year on Wednesday, Aug. 10.
Sheriff Mitchel wants to remind drivers to watch for school buses and slow down in school zones and areas.
Sheriff Mitchell, Chief Deputy Brad Walker, all School Resource Officers, Patrol Deputies, and the Sheriff’s Special Operations Group (S.O.G.) along with Sabine Parish School Superintendent Shane Wright spent the last two days performing safety assessments at all 7 school campuses in Sabine Parish.
Sheriff Mitchell said the number one goal is keeping the children in the parish safe.
Sheriff’s Office Staff toured each school with its respective principal.
Sheriff Mitchell and his staff have a close working relationship with the Sabine Parish School Board.
All Sabine Parish Sheriff SROs are Level I P.O.S.T. Certified Deputies and all have received SRO training.
Sheriff Mitchell said he wants his Deputies to have the knowledge and information necessary to avert any situation that could occur at Sabine Parish Schools.
Sheriff Mitchell and his staff wish every student and teacher a safe and successful school year.

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