Denver Public Schools would conduct more detailed building security assessments, retrain staff and students on how to keep themselves safe in an emergency, empower schools to decide whether they want police on campus and partner with the city to recruit and prepare more mental health professionals, under a 48-page draft safety plan released Monday afternoon.
The plan follows a string of high-profile violence at Denver schools, including a March 22 shooting at East High School in which a 17-year-old boy wounded two administrators before fatally shooting himself in rural Park County. In response, the district temporarily added police back to 17 public schools, including two at East High School, reversing course from 2020 when the school board voted to remove school…
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