By Michael Bielawski
A petition with over 160 signatures has emerged from the Plainfield/Marshfield communities to have an armed officer be on the campus of the Twinfield Union School, following a school shooting threat last week.
The petition was started by Caitlin Bingham, a mother who attended the Tuesday evening, October 10 school board meeting. She was concerned about the vulnerability of the students after speaking with school leadership on the current protocols – or lack thereof – for an event such as a school shooting.
The signers are local people, Bingham said.
“I think that most were parents of children at the school, there were a couple of students that had signed and I did leave it open to taxpayers of Marshfield and Plainfield,” she said. (Read more on KeepVermontSafe.com)
Republished in part from KeepVermontSafe.com, a new free-subscription news website affirming that “Defending those who protect & serve our communities is paramount to public safety throughout Vermont.“