Greenville Schools put the focus on safety. Today marks one month since the horrific school massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. As Scott Garrett reports, school officials here in the Delta are doing what they can to try to prevent a similar tragedy. School resource officers and law enforcement personnel took part in a three-day training seminar in Greenville to review what they would do in various scenarios, including a shooter in the school. The safety seminar was planned before the Newtown massacre, but took on a new urgency afterwards. Everett Chinn with the Greenville Public School District says the goal is an atmosphere of safety. The safety seminar in Greenville was one of many taking place all across the country in the wake of the Newtown massacre that killed 20 first graders and six educators.