senior julia high school another."one thing or that could say not holding signs, chanting, we're sound:"we're not chose silence.sound:"we're not chanting, we're not holding signs, that could say one thing or another."high school senior julia maxwell says this is a different approach.sound:"it really helped with the silence to not have kids that would make innapropriate signs or have their cellphones out and for them to be respectful.students lined up around the school.no signs. no chanting. just themselves.one parent reached out to us after dropping his daughter off at school he wanted to test to see how easy it was to get into the school. sound:" justin richardson has a daughter at jefferson high school.he says this isn't the first time he's walked in the building without a problem. sound: now nobody knows who i am, so iwalked out there, and i started looking around i was peaking around the hallways, nobody was saying anything to me.his concern...sound: i'd been in their school for about 10-15 minutes now, an officer sat back there not too far from me and then after i said that he started asking me questions like 'why are you here?' i'm here to prove a point."he says within 2 hours of dropping his daughter off and warning the school, he came back without a problem. his goal is to make sure his child's safety is the top priority.sound:"i just want to see better security, i want to see them enforce what they said they were going to do. the assistant principal said someone would be at that door. no one was there."@# >>richardson says he will continue to follow up with the school system until he believes his daughter is safe. live
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