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Meet Woodstation's SRO (School Resource Officer)
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Wednesday, August 29, 2018
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Welcome Officer Sisk!

My name is Meredith Sisk and I am your new School Resource Officer here at Woodstation Elementary School. I have been with the Catoosa County Sheriff's Office for 28 years and on patrol for 24 years. I was assigned to the family violence unit which deals with domestic violence calls, follow-up and civil issues in the court system.

I have been married to my husband Gary for 25 years and we have two daughters. My daughter Maddie is 10 and attends Ringgold Elementary School. She is my "Mini Me," usually somewhere getting into something and causing a scene. My daughter Jessica is 16, and she attends Heritage High. She is her daddy made over. She is in the band, smart, and good at anything she puts her mind to, and Yes! She is driving now and I am a nervous wreck about it. We enjoy lots of family time, from watching movies to camping with our two dogs. I enjoy lots of family time, from watching movies to camping with our two dogs. I love my little family!

I saw an opportunity to transfer into a Resource Officer position for Woodstation Elementary School as a way to help bridge the relationship between law enforcement and our young kids. Too often, I see the parents using "police" to scare their kids, which i feel is wrong. We need good relationships between the two because, if there is ever a need for help, I want them comfortable enough to know i can provide that assistance. I want to create a safe environment for our students and staff at our school. I want to build that positive relationship for the youth of our community.

I feel I can relate to our kids in different settings and accept them for who they are. I hopefully can help inspire parents to work for their kids and their education. Thave different experiences and education that I want to share with our students and school. I want to get into the classroom to help with social skills, counseling and education on law enforcement issues for our kids. Yes, this is corny but i am going to say it, "THEY ARE OUR FUTURE."

 

 

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