The district is asking about those measures this fall in a survey
District officials say they are haven’t decided to expand the use any of these measures. Superintendent Mark Evans says he wanted to gauge how principals, teachers and parents feel first.
The district has been using metal detectors at certain high school basketball games since 2010, and police officers are stationed in all middle and high schools.
But metal detectors haven’t been used during the school day in the Omaha area.
Several school board members appear open to using tougher security, but they want to know the survey results first.