West Baton Rouge schools to get even tougher on security
PORT ALLEN- School leaders in West Baton Rouge are the latest to talk about upping the ante when it comes to school security.
Superintendent David Corona told WBRZ News 2, he's set-up a committee to look into what needs to be done to keep schools safe in the event of an unthinkable tragedy.
"Everything will be on the table," Corona said.
He said because of the attack in Connecticut the "issue has changed," concerning security.
One option will be training teachers to protect the campus.
Meetings to talk about ideas begin in January.
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