Ask any police department or DA and they will tell you that knowing who and when someone has been accessing evidence can make or break your case. We too have found that over the years we’ve seen ‘evidence lockers’ that really were not all that secure.
Yes, we’ve certainly seen the good, but it’s the bad and the downright ugly of evidence lockers that we will address here…
As many of you know SchoolLockers.com’s headquarters are based here in Salt Lake City, UT. We do have major distribution hubs in GA and elsewhere across the country but our corporate offices are right here.
Just this past weekend there was an accidental shooting that took the life of a 12-year-old girl in nearby Kaysville, UT. This was without a doubt one of the most tragic and horrifying things that could happen to any family this time of year. It is an anniversary that no family should have to remember during the holiday season.
Well this story got our staff talking–more than we expected. And we would like to share our thoughts about this sad story and offer some solutions for gun owners to ensure something like this never happens again…
It’s nothing new and lately it seems that school shootings are happening with more and more frequency. Not just campus and workplace shootings, but just the fact that handguns and weapons are being found in places such as these, there should be more cause for concern…
Last week we noticed an article that addressed the topic of lockers no longer being useful in schools.
Well. This got our attention. 🙂
After reading the article, we thought we’d address a few misconceptions why we think lockers are still just applicable and needed as they were ten, twenty, thirty and fifty years ago. First off, when thinking about school lockers…
Okay, so you’ve got the lockers, you’ve got the locks–what ever more could you need to make your school lockers more secure and help prevent theft/find the culprits?
…ever thought about locker administrative software?
Our lockers are pretty awesome. Not only are they found in many of the high schools, middle schools and rec centers and gyms across the country, but a few of them have actually gone on to Hollywood and become major stars…
The Denver Broncos just didn’t show up–period.
Yah, we can ‘Monday Morning Quarterback’ the past Super Bowl until the cows come home (‘mooo’) but there is only one thing that matter most; The Seattle Seahawks showed up and played a better game and deserved to win. End of story.
So, what if you are a die-hard Broncos fan? Now what do you do?!
Well, we just happen to have the very thing that will definitely cheer up any sad Denver Bronco fan. What we are doing is having a once in a lifetime sale on…
We are closing in on the last remaining teams in the hunt for the Superbowl title!
Exciting games last weekend and so we here at School Lockers thought we’d do a little promotion during all the Superbowl hype–we like to call it our Superbowl Superfan Super Locker Special…
Here is the deal:
“It is an incredible fundraiser for a great cause. Rebuilding Together Peninsula helps families in need with home repairs they couldn’t normally afford,” said Chesler Construction Inc. President Jim Chesler.
Tomorrow at the Stanford Shopping Center in California, some of the most elaborate and intricate playhouses will be auctioned off with proceeds going to Rebuilding Together Peninsula. This non-profit organization is dedicated to rehabilitating the homes and community facilities of those in need from Sunnyvale to Daly City, California.
“We are fortunate to be in a trade where we have access to many talented people. It is only natural to want to help people in need,” said Chesler Construction Inc. Vice President Terry Chesler. “This is our way of giving back to our community.”
One of this year’s entries for the playhouse auction.
We felt this topic was too important to ignore. Lately there have been many stories in the news regarding the horrific results of bullying in junior high schools, high schools and even colleges.
Take for instance this recent story in Des Moines, Iowa. Recently an application for the Ku Klux Klan was found taped to an eighth-grade student’s school locker, and the victim of the offensive prank was indeed an African American student. Imagine being 14-year-old Dante Johnson-Taylor and finding an application to the KKK taped to your locker at Urbandale Middle School?