ANTIGO, Wis. (AP) — A shooting during the Antigo High School’s prom last weekend has other school districts reviewing their own security plans for the spring dance.

WJFW-TV says the Rhinelander school district has been working with the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office to make sure its plans for this weekend’s prom will keep everyone safe.

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And in southern Wisconsin, Oconomowoc police are adding patrols in light of the shooting in Antigo.

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WISN-TV reports the Oconomowoc School District says it’s just being proactive for this weekend’s prom. Police also plan to patrol the post-prom celebration at the YMCA.

Antigo police say a former student opened fire outside the high school prom Saturday night and wounded two students before an officer shot and killed the gunman.

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