Metro Nashville Schools are double-checking safeguards after today’s tragic mass-shooting in Connecticut. MNPS prepares with emergency responders, and says each school keeps a crisis plan up to date. In a statement Metro says psychologists and social workers are available – and that being with friends and teachers in school can help children regain a sense of normalcy.
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