Jones Co School District discusses see-through book bag policy at Safety Summit


GRAY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- After several school threats in Middle Georgia including a few in Jones County, the school district And the Jones County Sheriff’s Office have teamed up to try and find solutions to the problem by hosting a safety summit.

They invited parents, teachers, local church members, and others to join the conversation and give their input on solutions.

Tune in to 41NBC news tonight to find out why the superintendent of schools says clear book bags may be a requirement for students in the near future.

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