Some Shreveport students headed back to class today after a horrific Friday, a shooting outside their school. The Caddo parish school board is trying to learn from this tragedy at Booker T. Washington. Nbc 6 reporter, Karen Hopkins, met with the Caddo parish schools security director about a new plan to keep your children safe at school. Lindell Lotts niece April is a student at Booker T. Washington “I want her to be safe at school." Lott says hes concerned after what happened Friday. "He grabbed her she was like please dont shoot me, please dont shoot me." But shots were fired. Police say 28-year-old Tony Holden waited outside the school for his 18-year-old ex-girlfriend. When she arrived, he shot her multiple times. "We heard shots being fired and i thought he was shooting at my child" The student shot, Tammie Spates, survived, but now the Caddo parish schools security director Roy Murray has work to do. “ We are looking at the things in place and are there things we need to change." One rule will stay the same and could come to other Caddo schools. At BTW, when students arrive, they immediately go inside. “Imagine how much worse it would have been if 300 to 400 students were outside waiting for the bell to ring." Before the bell rings, BTW could make more security changes. Murray says it may put more supervisors at the front entrance to watch kids arriving. But inside, the school will work on student teacher relationships. “We will improve communication. Kids have to have someone to talk to. If something is bothering them, it could become a problem at school." BTW, already has security cameras in place, a Shreveport police officer on duty and two security officers. Murray says adding more security is an option the board will look into.