Schools around the US have put a patchwork of defenses into place against a constant and singular threat: guns. How do you defend a packed classroom against someone intent on opening fire on it? In one Pennsylvania school, it’s a bucket of river rocks to throw at a shooter. In Littleton, Colorado, it’s constant video surveillance.
This article originally appeared on 13 ABC News. To view the original article, click here. Mar 14, 2019 SYLVANIA TWP, Ohio (WTVG) – It’s unlikely that any unwanted visitors will get past the front doors at Whiteford elementary. It’s thanks to new technology called Raptor. It’s located in the entryway of the school and requires anyone coming in
This article originally appeared on News watch 12. To view the original article, click here. Dakota Sherek Jan 28, 2019 ARBOR VITAE – For the last 39 years, Cathy Karaffa has been the first one people see when they enter Arbor Vitae – Woodruff Elementary School. This year, her job as school secretary includes a new task. “This
This article originally appeared on RTV6 News. To view the original article, click here. Judy Carbone Dec 20, 2018 RICHMOND — All Richmond Community schools will have a new safety measure in place when kids return to class after Christmas break. One week ago today, a 14-year-old boy shot his way into Dennis Intermediate School and
ELDRIDGE, Iowa — The Clinton School District is getting a school security system that preforms background checks on every visitor that enters the building. Clinton School District Superintendent Gary DeLacy says he got the idea from North Scott High School in Eldridge, Iowa. North Scott has had the technology for two years. “It gives you