FM Schools change policies after high school break-ins

<font size="2">Celine Danciu</font>

Weeks after a break-in at Fayetteville-Manlius High School, the FM school district is alerting families of changes in procedures.

The following memo was sent to parents of elementary school students on Wednesday:

"Due to security breaches at the high school before the holiday break, there has been a change in our building procedures for after school activities. Doors will be locked at all times. A representative from Fayetteville Elementary or the H.S.A. will be at the front door to allow access for anyone connected to an after school activity or event. All other visitors to the school will not be allowed access after 3:45 p.m."

Two sisters were arrested in December, accused of breaking into the high school. Police say 21-year-old Celine Danciu and her twin sister Camille went into the women's locker room and stole several items from lockers, including cell phones, cash and clothing.