Schools reach out to parents after Connecticut tragedy
In the wake of the tragic events that unfolded Friday at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Conn., several school districts in Kane County communicated with parents during the weekend about safety measures and counseling services.
At West Aurora School District 129, district spokesman Mike Chapin said the district’s crisis team met Monday, and the district communicated with parents through email during the weekend.
“One thing we’ve been doing is getting information out on how to communicate with children on the tragedy in Connecticut,” he said.
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