Earl Haig S.S. is mentioned in The Toronto Star in regards to school security and school hall monitors:
Last year Bradley spotted a girl drifting down a stairwell, panic in her eyes, and made up more dramatically than usual. He approached and asked how she was. She fell apart. He called the school social worker, and within an hour she was admitted to hospital for emotional distress. She spent the next two weeks in a treatment centre, and later said Bradley had broken her fall.
“We’re not teachers and we’re not scary like a vice-principal – we’re this other sort of presence who tries to get to know everyone,” he says.
“So if something does come up and kids see something brewing, they’ll come and tell us.”
Read more: http://www.thestar.com/article/304334