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William Robarge

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Pfizer Inc

HQ Phone:  (212) 733-2323

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Pfizer Inc

235 East 42Nd Street

New York City, New York,10017

United States

Company Description

At Pfizer, we apply science and our global resources to bring therapies to people that extend and significantly improve their lives. We strive to set the standard for quality, safety and value in the discovery, development and manufacture of health care produc...more

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Employment History

Assistant Director

Town of Groton


Director of Facilities and Grounds

Groton Public Schools


Electrical Systems Manager

Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated


Designer

Proto-Power Corporation


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www.theday.com

School Facilities Director William Robarge said the law, passed earlier this year, requires every school to set up a safety and security committee that includes a local law enforcement officer, a "first responder" such as a firefighter, teacher, administrator, mental health professional, social worker, school nurse, parent or guardian.


www.shorepublishing.com

School Facilities Director Bill Robarge said Groton would save 25 percent by building one middle school rather than two.
He also said the future middle school could have separate wings for different grades.


www.theday.com

School Facilities Director William Robarge told the board this week that if Groton built one or two middle schools, it could relocate elementary students into Cutler Middle School and West Side Middle School.


www.theday.com

William Robarge, the director of facilities and grounds for the school system, said some improvements have already begun since the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, including the replacement of locking systems in some classrooms to allow teachers to secure doors from inside the classroom.
Robarge made a presentation Wednesday to the Representative Town Meeting, saying layers of protection, such as a panic button that automatically dials 9-1-1, can provide valuable time for response during an emergency. Robarge said a tour of school facilities with police helped to identify areas that needed improvement. Robarge said Stonington High School, because it is so new, was also used as a model. "We're gaining and we're learning lessons from others we reach out to in our neighboring communities and police departments. I think we're in a really good position right now." Robarge said badge readers are being installed to allow students to have keyless entry to the school after recess or when they leave a portable classroom to enter the main school to use the bathroom. The school system also intends to install camera systems that will allow front office staff to view and talk with visitors outside. Other cameras will eventually watch over playgrounds and areas where students leave and enter the school. While all exterior doors are presently locked to visitors, Robarge said the newer schools offer a buffer area after being buzzed in. The older schools do not. Perhaps, Robarge said, schools can be modified to add an extra barrier. Robarge said they would not be actively monitored but the important thing is preventing someone from getting into the school.


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