EXCLUSIVE: Police escort children to classes after school shooting threat

Twinfield Union in Marshfield, photo credit Mike Bielawski

By Michael Bielawski

Last Friday there was a police presence at Twinfield Union School in Marshfield, a K-12 school that also takes students in Plainfield. The reason: an email threatening a school shooting was received.

KVS interviewed its acting superintendent Anne Landry on Friday afternoon shortly before dismissal.

“We are working closely with the State Police and following our school safety protocols,” she said. She added that they “will have an increased police presence” for the time being.

She said that during class transfers throughout the day, the police would escort the children to ensure their safety……


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