The Trigg County Sheriff's Office is once again spear-heading a campaign at the primary school to help keep youngsters safe.
The department began a program last year with the primary and intermediate schools where they finger-printed students and made identification cards for parents to keep. Sheriff Ray Burnam says his department, in conjunction with Trigg Fiscal Court, will be back at the primary school Wednesday.
Kindergartners and other students new to the Trigg School System will be finger-printed and there will be an assembly where police will speak on the danger of talking to strangers. Sheriff Burnam says he thanks the school system for allowing them to do the program each year.