School administrators in Clayton County are reviewing their safety procedures following Friday’s mass shooting in Newtown, CT.
Interim Clayton County Schools Superintendent Luvenia Jackson would not go into specifics, but stressed that this week, Clayton County schools will conduct drills to make sure everyone is prepared in case a gunman enters one of the district’s schools.
Clayton County Schools Manager of Safety and Security Raynard Walker believes the murder of 26 students and teachers in Newtown will force schools to better prepare for these types of situations.
Source: Craig Bell for CBS Atlanta
School administrators in Clayton County are reviewing their safety procedures following Friday's mass shooting in…
by Personal Defense World / Dec 20, 2012