Above, Dayton City School Resource Officer Adam Hurst checks a door at Dayton City School on Monday. Both Dayton City School officials and county school officials said plans are in place to deal with the threat of a school shooter such as the one that attacked Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.
Published: 3:34 PM, 12/18/2012
Author: John Sprague Source: The Herald-News
The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. on Friday has made local school administrators look at their own school safety in the wake of the shooting.
Dayton City School Superintendent Mike Latham said he was at a meeting of other school directors on Friday when word of the shooting started to surface.
He said the talk turned quickly to how safe their schools were.
For further details, see the Wednesday edition of The Herald-News.