New Security Measures At Some Schools

Entrance Requires Being 'Buzzed In'

Posted: January 28, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Joanna Rubio, secretary for Jones Elementary School, talks Friday to a person wanting to enter the Springdale school. A new security system was installed at the school in the beginning of the year allowing staff to see the person entering the school through a monitor before buzzing them into the building.

A new security measure the School District is testing at some of its buildings has won praise from administrators and parents alike.

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