Area school districts have been busy making a number of security updates at their schools since the shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary three months ago.
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The newspaper continues to keep our readers updated about changes related to school security since the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting rampage in Newtown, Conn. Our regional K-12 education reporter contacted school officials in more than 20 districts seeking information about what they’ve done.
Some of the new security changes in area school districts
Centerville and Northmont – upgrading their school entrances
Lebanon and Greeneview – new police presence in the schools
Fairborn – districtwide staff security training on April 8
Northridge – assessing behavior of visitors before letting them enter