Bridgeport high school students may soon pass through metal detectors

Students at Bridgeport's three high schools could soon pass through metal detectors on their way to class. The board of education voted Monday to give the school superintendent the authority to install

News 12 Staff

Jan 24, 2006, 5:42 PM

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Bridgeport high school students may soon pass through metal detectors
Students at Bridgeport's three high schools could soon pass through metal detectors on their way to class.
The board of education voted Monday to give the school superintendent the authority to install metal detectors at the schools. The move is an attempt to stop an increase in school violence and is part of a larger safety and security plan.
The superintendent says it would cost $30,000 for equipment and then there would be the cost of training.


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