Concerned parents suggest changes for school security
HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. – Some Hoosier parents push for school safety reform after the Noblesville and other community school shooting incidents.
Hundreds of parents packed into Hamilton Southeastern High School to talk about their concerns on securing their student’s school.
"I just hope they can come up with a plan to keep my baby girl safe," said Cori Smith, Mother of Hamilton Southeastern student.
Some of the parents suggested adding more resource officers or metal detectors.
"If funding and resources were available I think that would be a viable option, " Dr. Allen Bourff said, Superintendent of Hamilton Southeastern Schools.