G-C board to discuss school safety measures




GREENFIELD — The Greenfield-Central School Board will meet in executive session next week to discuss measures to tighten security in local schools.

Board members broached the need for a closed-door session to evaluate school safety after the Connecticut school massacre.

The meeting, being held Monday at the corporation’s administration building, is not being called to address any security breach specific to Greenfield-Central, board President Retta Livengood said Wednesday. The incident in Connecticut, however, has caused school administrators everywhere to re-address their policies and confirm everything possible is being done to assure students are safe when they come to school, she said.

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