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Students create snowflakes for Newtown students

December 26, 2012

	Over 400 snowflakes were made by seventh and eighth grade students at SSC. These snowflakes will be used to decorate the new building that will be used for the Sandy Hook (Newtown, Connecticut) Elementary School students when they return to classes.

Over 400 snowflakes were made by seventh and eighth grade students at SSC. These snowflakes will be used to decorate the new building that will be used for the Sandy Hook (Newtown, Connecticut) Elementary School students when they return to classes.
Resources after school violence
ST. PAUL, Minn. - The news of yet another tragic school shooting has affected us all. We think of the lives lost and the people touched by this violence and grief. University of Minnesota Extension has educational resources available to guide families, schools and communities as they help youth recover from school violence. Access Extension’s “Violence in Our Schools” website at www.extension.umn. edu/go/1130.  Several resources are available in Spanish. Topics include: • How to talk to children and teens of every age after the tragedy • Helping children through grief, distress and fear • Information for preventing school violence For more information and educational resources for families, visit www.extension. umn.edu/family.


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