Should Durango High School close its campus?

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Should Durango High School close its campus?

Parents, administrators search for ways to bolster school safety
Durango High School student Savanna McIntyre, 17, places her lunchtime order on Friday with Bailey Corry at Three Peaks Deli. Some parents advocate for a closed campus as an added security precaution at the high school. But McIntyre said an open campus helps morale. She is the daughter of Lisa McIntyre.
Durango High School students from left, Evan Berridge, 17, Dawson McAllen, 15, John Dosch, 15, Savion Jones-Emery, 16, and Josh McAllen, 17, enjoy lunch Friday at Three Peaks Deli. The consensus among the group is that food on campus is lacking in variety, quality and quantity.
Brandon Shirley delivers lunch to Durango High School students Savanna McIntyre, 17, and Josh Johnson, 17, as the two take advantage of the high school’s open campus on Friday. Savanna is the daughter of Lisa McIntyre and Josh is the son of Carol Johnson.
Durango High School student Tyler Snodgrass, 15, places his order Friday to Bailey Corry at Three Peaks Deli. Snodgrass offered a compromise on the debate about closing campus: Allow off-campus lunch trips to students with good grades.
Parents of Durango High School students, from left, Lisa Tyler, Tim Maher, Laura Bohachevsky, Etoile Hening and Sherri Watson, discuss ideas to bolster security at the school.
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A panel discussion and open forum on enhancing security and safety at Durango High School will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. April 5 at the school.

Should Durango High School close its campus?

Durango High School student Savanna McIntyre, 17, places her lunchtime order on Friday with Bailey Corry at Three Peaks Deli. Some parents advocate for a closed campus as an added security precaution at the high school. But McIntyre said an open campus helps morale. She is the daughter of Lisa McIntyre.
Durango High School students from left, Evan Berridge, 17, Dawson McAllen, 15, John Dosch, 15, Savion Jones-Emery, 16, and Josh McAllen, 17, enjoy lunch Friday at Three Peaks Deli. The consensus among the group is that food on campus is lacking in variety, quality and quantity.
Brandon Shirley delivers lunch to Durango High School students Savanna McIntyre, 17, and Josh Johnson, 17, as the two take advantage of the high school’s open campus on Friday. Savanna is the daughter of Lisa McIntyre and Josh is the son of Carol Johnson.
Durango High School student Tyler Snodgrass, 15, places his order Friday to Bailey Corry at Three Peaks Deli. Snodgrass offered a compromise on the debate about closing campus: Allow off-campus lunch trips to students with good grades.
Parents of Durango High School students, from left, Lisa Tyler, Tim Maher, Laura Bohachevsky, Etoile Hening and Sherri Watson, discuss ideas to bolster security at the school.
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