The Peters Township School District spoke to a number of parents Monday following the tragic school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.
Parents wanted to make sure security measures were in place, according to district spokesperson Shelly Belcher.
Schools are locked during school and visitors must go through a procedure to enter to the school.
Visitors must show their photo IDs and staff members wear ID badges.
"We take it very seriously," Belcher said.
A full-time police officer works at the high school and is available for other district schools when needed.
"We also have a strong relationship with Peters police," Belcher said.
Belcher reminds parents to use the proper visitor procedure as many will be visiting the schools this week for holiday parties.