The Redding Board of Education assessed security in April and at their meeting Tuesday went into executive session to discuss the review. The report covered a range of school safety and security policies including the availability of defibrillators, drug use and student safety. Superintendent Jason McKinnon says they are making improvements considered best practices based on the review. The Redding Board of Ed approved using up to 35-thousand dollars to upgrade existing systems. Funding could be requested from the Redding American Rescue Plan Act committee.