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Report: Conn. town's schools seeks security boost

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) Newtown school board members have agreed to ask the town to put more armed police officers in the four elementary schools.

School security was a chief topic at Thursday night's Board of Education meeting. The board voted to ask the town to include in next year's budget one additional full-time police officer for each of the four elementary schools.

Board members plan to meet with state and federal officials today to discuss funding for security.

Twenty children and six educators were killed Dec. 14 at Sandy Hook Elementary School in one of the worst school shootings in the country. The gunman also killed his mother and later himself.

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