Enfield students returned to school Monday morning for the first time since the tragic slaying of 20 children and six adults at a Newtown elementary school Friday.
Following Friday's massacre, school and police officials met to discuss heightened security measures.
"Police have made a concerted effort to have a bigger presence at all of our schools," Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Schumann said.
Police officers were stationed outside each of the town's elementary schools, while the secondary schools each had additional officers complementing the regular school resource officers.
On Friday afternoon, more than 6,000 Enfield homes received a recorded message from Schumann addressing the Newtown tragedy, and outlining the increased security the town of Enfield would take in the wake of the shootings.