School districts across the country, including Dublin ISD, are continuing talks about how to keep kids safe at school following the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut in December.
During Monday's school board meeting, Superintendent Dr. Rodney Schneider told the board he met with district officials and Dublin Police Chief Lannie Lee in the days following the shooting to discuss ways to improve school security.
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