LaRue County’s middle and high schools have tightened entrance security another notch.
Visitors must push a buzzer at the front door and identify themselves before being allowed into the buildings. Then, they must sign in at the front office before proceeding farther.
Office staff monitor multiple camera feeds, including one above the main entrance so they can see who is buzzing in.
“We’ve had the system in operation since the second week of November,” said Rip Collins, director of pupil personnel.