Community reacts to school shooting

December 2012
Eastern Door;12/21/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 50, p4
The article reports on the response made by Kahnawake community on the fatal shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. It states that schools in the community including Kateri school have reacted with moments of silence and assemblies to reflect on the tragic events. Moreover, it highlights the use of security systems in Kahnawake schools to avoid the same shooting incident including cameras, buzzers, and lockdown procedures.


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