JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – In the wake of the shootings at STEM School Highlands Ranch, Douglas County is considering using $10 million to make safety improvement in its schools. With more than $700,000 in grant money, Jefferson County schools is in the midst of enhancing their security.
So how do you make schools safer? Principal Pam Yoder asks herself that question every day.
“There’s not a simple fix at all, “she said.
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