Agudath Israel NJ Office Thanks Assemblymen for Introducing ‘Secure Schools for all Children Act’

avi schnall agudah njThe Agudath Israel of America – New Jersey office would like to thank  Assemblymen Gary Schaer, and fellow Assemblymen Joseph Lagana and Tim Eustace for introducing the “Secure Schools for all Children Act” in the State Assembly.

The Act would allocate $25 per nonpublic school student in New Jersey for their security needs. The world is a very dangerous place today, especially for Jewish communities, and we must do our utmost to protect our precious children. This bill will provide nearly $4 million a year in security funds to protect students, which can provide for meaningful security measures at each school.

We are deeply appreciative to Assemblymen Schaer for his effort in creating this initiative and for his constant dedication and leadership to the community.

We strongly encourage all members of the community to personally reach out, by email, phone  or a written letter and thank the Assemblyman

Assemblyman Gary Schaer
1 Howe Ave, Suite 302
Passaic, NJ 07055
(973) 249-3665
[email protected]


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  1. ill say it again, the #1 issue the frum community should be worried about is safety esp at our children’s schools! we pay enough taxes and we pay tuition without government help.. the government both local and federal should hire armed security for every school in the USA uf

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