JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — Schools are preparing kids in the event of an active shooter as many districts head back to school this week. Parents are likely concerned about safety.
After the Columbine shooting, Jefferson County School District says they have learned a lot and have stepped up safety they have even formed the DeAngelis foundation named after the Columbine High School principal during the shooting to help train other school resource officers and educators.
Jeff Peirson Executive Director of the Department of School Safety Jeffco Public Schools said schools should adopt these minimal precautions.
- Don’t prop doors open
- Lock exterior doors
- Create one entrance in/out
- Have secure vestibules
In Jefferson County, students participate in…
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