Ever since the December 14th tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, the issue over safety in schools around the nation has heated up. There are new debates over gun control, mental health and whether or not the brutal massacre of 20 children and 6 adults could have been prevented. Many districts in New Jersey have been hard at work ironing out new security measures and working to ensure safety of all students and staff in pre, elementary, middle, high schools and colleges. So far, one district is taking some new steps that have led to mixed feelings and raised some eyebrows.
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