Visitors to the Wabasha-Kellogg High School and Elementary School buildings will be subjected to a new security system starting on August 15th.
The Wabasha County Herald reports that all doors to both buildings will remain locked during the school day.
Visitors will have to ring a doorbell at the main entrances and have their driver's license or picture I-D ready to show to a security camera. They will also have to identify themselves and state why they want entrance to the buildings.
Superintendent Jim Freihammer sent a letter to district residents saying the increased security comes after the recent school shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, and are in addition to other safety measures that have previously been in place .....