Greenwich schools want to be safe, not sorry with security

Greenwich is just one of the southwestern Connecticut school districts taking a "better safe than sorry approach" after recent school shootings in Bailey, Colorado and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.The

News 12 Staff

Oct 20, 2006, 10:44 PM

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Greenwich schools want to be safe, not sorry with security
Greenwich is just one of the southwestern Connecticut school districts taking a "better safe than sorry approach" after recent school shootings in Bailey, Colorado and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.The district sent a letter to parents Friday telling them about new safety steps it will be taking. Those steps include hiring a director of security, conducting lockdown drills in all of the schools, giving teachers access to the 911 system from their classrooms and a review of all safety procedures.The district said it is also in the process of setting up a $275,000 camera system in its high school.


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