The Twin Bridges school board and school superintendent Chad Johnson hosted a special school board meeting on Jan. 8 to discuss a school safety plan. The meeting was held at the request of parents and community members, who had questions about school safety.
The questions stem from the fact that the former Harrison high school student who brought two guns to the Harrison School nearly two years ago on Jan. 25, 2013, and made more threats toward the school in a Facebook message thread between Jan. 5 and 14, 2014, now lives in Twin Bridges. The student is currently educated off-site, though juvenile probation officer Sam Stockett said he may be attending regular classes at the start of next semester, which is Jan. 20
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