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Schools move to beef up security

Plans call for visitors to be 'buzzed in' to Wausau, Everest buildings

9:50 PM, Feb. 28, 2013
Secretary Sarah Fisher presses a security button recently to open the main door of Franklin Elementary School in Wausau.
Secretary Sarah Fisher presses a security button recently to open the main door of Franklin Elementary School in Wausau.
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Two Wausau-area districts have plans to boost their security systems in the wake of the December fatal school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.

The Wausau School Board in the coming weeks will consider a plan to install door security systems in the main entryways at each of the school district buildings. Those systems would include intercoms, security cameras and door locks that can be unlocked from inside. Visitors would be asked to identify themselves through the intercom and would be buzzed into buildings by administrative assistants. A system already has been ...

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