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Littleton, Colorado / Columbine High School / Reopening / School Security #187793

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 16, 1999
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Littleton: Tom Foreman) The first day of classes at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, site of the shootings last spring, featured; scenes shown of a student rally and of the remodelled school. [Student body president Mike SHEEHAN, principal Frank DeANGELIS - speak out.] [Student Craig NASON - says we must change.] [Teacher Paula REED - cites the relief at the end of this first day.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The revolution in school security introduced.

(Dallas: Rebecca Chase) The issue of school security examined; scenes shown from the Allen, Texas, school, of mock safety drills in several cities and many methods of security. [Four STUDENTS, district superintendent Barbara ERWIN, school security consultant Ron GARRISON - react to security.]

Reporter(s):
Chase, Rebecca;
Foreman, Tom;
Gibson, Charles
Duration:
00:05:00

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