A controversial new security protocol that teaches staff and students to actively resist an armed intruder will now be extensively vetted by School Committee members, parents, and selectmen before students are actually trained. “We are not ready to go beyond the point of training staff,” announced Superintendent Jeffrey Granatino, at a Canton School Committee meeting Thursday night, stressing the school district is “under no time constraint” to implement the enhanced strategies, known as ALICE, right away.
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