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Schools in Southwest Colorado experience change driven by Columbine

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Montezuma-Cortez High School Principal Jason Wayman said many lessons about school security have been learned since the Columbine High School shootings, including installing doors that can be locked from the inside.
Students in Animas High School walk beneath cameras that have been placed all around the campus. Head of School Sean Woytek said developing strong relationships with students is key to preventing security threats.
Math teacher Susan Wisenbaker discovered a YouTube video that shows how a chair can secure doors and introduced the method at Montezuma-Cortez High School.
Whoever works the front desk at Animas High School can see the display of video cameras that are placed throughout the campus.

Schools in Southwest Colorado experience change driven by Columbine

Montezuma-Cortez High School Principal Jason Wayman said many lessons about school security have been learned since the Columbine High School shootings, including installing doors that can be locked from the inside.
Students in Animas High School walk beneath cameras that have been placed all around the campus. Head of School Sean Woytek said developing strong relationships with students is key to preventing security threats.
Math teacher Susan Wisenbaker discovered a YouTube video that shows how a chair can secure doors and introduced the method at Montezuma-Cortez High School.
Whoever works the front desk at Animas High School can see the display of video cameras that are placed throughout the campus.
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