The Connecticut elementary school shooting, which led to the butchering of 20 children and 6 adults on Friday, has produced a confession from the officials that the Connecticut school may never reopen. New classrooms are being established nearby for the survivors of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
Staffers of the ill-omened Connecticut elementary school and some volunteers have been working tirelessly to move desks, chairs and filing cabinets from the school to the former Chalk Hill Middle School in neighbouring Monroe. Sandy Hook Elementary School has terminated operations indefinitely following the Friday massacre, which is believed to have been committed by 20-year-old Adam Lanza.
Furniture being shifted to Chalk Hill is reportedly from segments of the school not damaged by the carnage on Friday. Officials have, apparently, assessed the floor plans of both schools to help make the young students’ secondary residence as familiar as possible. The new classrooms are being readied in such a way so as to make the school shifting process as smooth as possible.
Lieutenant George Sinko, associated with the Newtown Police Department, has voiced that it would be difficult for the students to return to the Sandy Hook Elementary School. But he has asserted that the police desire to see the surviving students studying together. The students, who managed to survive the elementary school shooting, need to support each other, voiced Lieutenant.
Some people in Newtown deem that it is too soon to send the surviving children to a new school in Monroe. But other residents of the town believe that, the sooner the children are despatched to a new school, the better. These residents say optimism needs to be instilled in the surviving kids’ minds.
Officials haven’t ascertained a starting date at Chalk Hill but Monroe Fire Marshall, William Davin, has voiced that the process of making certain that the school satisfies fire codes should be finished in a matter of days.
Lieutenant Brian McCauley, Monroe Police Department’s spokesman, has declared that the police aspire to make the children’s transition to school life as normal and sensitive as possible.