Plymouth-Canton Superintendent Responds to Sandy Hook Tragedy
Superintendent Jeremy Hughes: 'We are doing - and will especially be doing next week - everything we can to keep (students) safe.'
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Superintendent Jeremy Hughes sent the following message to families of Plymouth-Canton students in response to the tragic school shootings Friday at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, CT:
Dear Families of P-CCS students,
I know we are all reeling from the tragic events at Sandy Hook School in Newtown, Connecticut. I can only imagine the feelings many of our students must have if they are aware of the tragedy that took place. They may be worried and wondering just how safe they are in their school. Please assure them that we are doing - and will especially be doing next week - everything we can to keep them safe. Our staff will be alert to any student who may need support and counseling. For you at home, I am hopeful that the article provided by clicking on the link below will provide you with useful ideas. Please hold the children, staff, and families of Sandy Hook Elementary School in your thoughts and prayers.
"Helping Children Cope With Tragedy" Report to Parents:
Jeremy M. Hughes, Ph.D.
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools