School leaders in Pittsylvania County adopted a school security plan that includes putting more armed officers in schools and locking more doors.
Tuesday night the school board approved nearly $350,000 to fund the changes.
It's the biggest security change in area schools since Pittsylvania County Sheriff Mike Taylor introduced the plan in January.
New buzz-in systems is costing the county about $90,000, while new key-less entry locks on rear doors for teachers and staff costs nearly $260,000.
The school board also submitted a grant application that will pay for an officer at all four middle schools. A previous grant is paying officers at high schools.
This covers most of Sheriff Taylor's original plan.