No metal detectors will be installed at Stoneman Douglas High School. At least not yet. The Sun Sentinel reports that Superintendent Robert Runcie sent a letter to parents letting them know that the plans for metal detectors are on hold.There was concern over how to move around 3,200 students through metal detectors every morning. There still will be more security personel at the school and ID badges are required for everybody. New fences, gates, and surveillance video cameras have been installed as well. For more, click here.
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