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Parent has requested metal detectors at the high school

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Committee planned to discuss school security

By Stephen Lega

Jennifer Graham has two children in the Marion County school system, and she wants to make sure they and other students are safe when they are at school.

To that end, she has asked the district to consider installing metal detectors at the front and back entrances to Marion County High School. She made her request during the Nov. 25 Marion County Board of Education meeting.

"I feel that the metal detectors ... would be an excellent deterrent," Graham told the board.


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