Falmouth Public Schools Want to Beef up Security

In the wake of the Newtown shooting in CT, Falmouth Public Schools will ask voters for $45 thousand to strengthen school security.


The money would pay for buzzer systems, security cameras and monitors at four schools in the district, according to the Falmouth Enterprise.

The four schools include Mullen-Hall, North Falmouth, Morse Pond and Falmouth High School. These schools are the only schools in the district without security cameras and buzzer systems and they remain unlocked during the school day.

The request will be placed on April’s Special Town Meeting warrant.

We want to know what you think? Should Town Meeting members support the request? Should Falmouth Public Schools tighten security measures?


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