Colorado school requiring students wear IDs after shooting


October 6, 2017

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — A Colorado Springs high school is requiring its students wear their ID badges as part a safety measure implemented after a recent shooting near school property.

The Gazette reports ( ) the policy was implemented so Doherty High School staff can quickly identify people in the building. Staff is also required to wear their badges.

The measure follows the Sept. 22 shooting where one student was injured in a parking lot near the school.

As of Monday, students could face disciplinary action for not wearing badges.

District 11 spokeswoman Devr...

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