Forsan ISD Discussing Ways to Protect Their Schools

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

FORSAN - School officials in Forsan are now looking at ways to protect their schools because of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting.

Superintendent Randy Johnson told NewsWest 9, they have a few safety policies already in place but that's not enough.

He says he doesn't like the idea of arming teachers but would rather have certain people on campus carry firearms instead.

He also supports the thought of having a stronger law enforcement presence closer to the school district.

Johnson is hoping that there will be guidelines given from the state in the coming weeks.