Safety A Year After Sandy Hook

Connecticut Tragedy Spurs Evaluations, Spending On School Upgrades

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Posted: December 14, 2013

Lori Golden, a school psychologist, checks out a visitor management program Thursday at Spotswood High School. Rockingham County Public Schools, spurred in part by the Dec. 14, 2012, mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., implemented a number of new security measures this year that have included entry buzzers and cameras at several entrances. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Spotswood High School locks its interior doors, requiring visitors to enter at the main office as a safety procedure.
HARRISONBURG — Safety precautions had been taken at Connecticut’s Sandy Hook Elementary School to keep intruders like Adam Lanza from entering.
 
The school’s entrance locked each day at 9:30...


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