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Clayton County school safety questioned after Sandy Hook shooting

By Rachel Shirey

rachel@news-daily.com

JONESBORO— While the nation heals from early Friday morning’s tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the Clayton News Daily has learned the Board of Education decided to reduce the number of security personnel in the schools earlier this year.

According to a member of the county’s security staff, they’re responsible for monitoring students and visitors, among other jobs.

Twenty six people were killed at Sandy Hook, including 20 children between the ages of 5 and 10 years of age, by shooter Adam Lanza after he forced his way into the school.

Check news-daily.com for additional details as they become available.

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OscarKnight 1 year, 4 months ago

.....This Nation will never heal this wound.

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OscarKnight 1 year, 4 months ago

(( "the Clayton News Daily has learned the Board of Education decided to reduce the number of security personnel in the schools earlier this year" ))

..............Having Second Thoughts To Provide Security Guards is sometimes belated, during the aftermath, or an after thought.
......Americans drops off their children into these 'GUN FREE SAFETY SCHOOL ZONES", without having parachutes or life saving devices. Make me wonder if these Zones was designated as death traps for our children.

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