Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Updated: Monday, 17 Dec 2012, 5:54 PM EST
Published : Monday, 17 Dec 2012, 5:54 PM EST
FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) - Schools on North Carolina's big military bases are reviewing security procedures after last week's mass killing of students in Connecticut.
Superintendent Emily Marsh issued a statement Monday to the parents of students at U.S. Department of Defense schools at Fort Bragg, Camp Lejeune and other North Carolina bases that principals and school administrators will review their security measures and crisis procedures.
Though public access to military bases is typically restricted, the 2009 shootings at Fort Hood, Texas, showed they are not immune to violence.
Marsh said keeping classrooms safe and secure must be the first priority. She says she welcomes suggestions from parents on how to enhance security at on-base schools.
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