Newtown Superintendent Still Wants Police Presence

(NECN) – Newtown, Conn.’s superintendent of schools is urging an indefinite police presence at schools there to help ease fears among parents and children after last month's shooting.

The Danbury News-Times quotes Superintendent Janet Robinson as saying school kids in Newtown have not even gone out for recess since the shooting because they're so anxious.

Robinson says having the police at schools has gone, "from a want to a need" ...

She’s hoping that having a continued police presence will help the kids feel safer.

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