By Paul Schmitt
A more secure entrance at the Luxemburg-Casco High School took its initial steps Friday morning as a groundbreaking ceremony was held in Luxemburg. School Superintendent Glenn Schlender says an outcry by local residents back in 2015 was the impetus in addressing the office location in the high school. He says the present layout does not allow for controlled entrance.
Schlender says they will be moving the office to an exterior wall of the building to provide for better security. Visitors will have to enter the office before accessing any part of the school, according to Schlender. He says the L-C intermediate school installed an electronically recorded security entrance this past summer.