Seymour Community Schools officials want public and staff input on what the district can do better to keep kids and staff safe. Administrators have been reviewing school safety plans and procedures since last December’s school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut and more recent local incidents, including a bomb threat at Seymour Middle School.
A public forum is scheduled for 7 p.m Tuesday in the Seymour Middle School cafeteria.
At that time, anyone is welcome to speak to administrators and the school board about their concerns with school safety procedures and offer suggestions for making the schools safer, interim Superintendent Robert Hooker said.
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