LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — CCSD teachers are expected to receive electronic panic button devices as it moves to boost security in the wake of incidents that include a violent after-school attack that left a teacher injured and unconscious in her classroom.
The panic devices will be issued first at Eldorado High School, the site of last week’s attack. A 16-year-old student faces sex assault and attempted murder charges in the incident.
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In addition to providing teachers with panic devices equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, the Clark County School District will ask police agencies to increase their presence at schools and upgrade security cameras.