The Wadsworth City Schools district is revamping policies to protect students after working with local safety officials and hearing from the public, the Medina Gazette reports.

School officials had considered installing metal detectors at all school entrances and arming staff, but the school district decided against doing either, the newspaper said.

Instead, the schools will implement more than a half-dozen measures, including adding another resource officer, relocating fire alarms to locked areas and asking all school visitors a standard list of questions before they are allowed inside schools.

Read the full Gazette report here.