Keene board members ok easy police access to schools
Each of the seven schools in Keene has a locked entryway where visitors must be buzzed in by a staff member in the front office. That works well for day-to-day operations, but in an emergency, police response could be delayed if the person in charge of opening the door isn’t available, N.H. School Administrative Unit 29 Superintendent Wayne E. Woolridge said.
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