School adopts team approach in handling death threats

Clayton, Mark
May 1998
Christian Science Monitor;5/26/98, Vol. 90 Issue 125, p8
Reports that in Franklin, Massachusetts school, police, and legal officials are coordinating a team approach to dealing with student death threats. Shootings in suburban schools; Comments from Richard Warren, Franklin's superintendent of schools; Threats from a student at Franklin High School; New measures that will be adopted.


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