As classes throughout the state kicked off again this week, the topic of safety was a heated one.
A state school-safety panel grew frustrated with charter schools that don’t have a long-term plan for having armed guards on site at all times, as required by Florida law.
The issue grabbed most of the spotlight during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission’s two-day meeting in Sunrise.
But “drilling fatigue” was also a big concern for the commission, and for local officials.
The question that emerged: How much safety prep is too much?