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NJ School District Gets Armed Police Security
The aftermath of the Newtown school shooting has left some schools looking for the best method to prevent it from happening again. In one New Jersey town, schools are seeing an increase in security.
FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso reports from Marlboro, New Jersey:
Marlboro schools’ Superintendent Dr. David Abbott says what happened in Newtown, Connecticut raised the ante for all school systems.
(Abbott) “I have a hard time talking about it. I could not watch the images. I’ve been doing this for 43 years. I have children myself. I cannot even categorize the kind of evil that I saw.”
And starting today there is an increase in armed police presence in each of the eight schools here to make sure kids are safe. Abbott says some parents would prefer stricter gun laws, but most are supportive of the move. The school system will meet with the Mayor and police after 90 days to develop a permanent security plan.
In Marlboro, New Jersey, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.