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Wrightstown village and schools at odds

10:51 PM, Feb. 15, 2013
Wrightstown School fifth graders demonstrated a new computer-based study aid called Moodle on April 23, 2008. Post-Gazette photo by Ed Byrne
Wrightstown School fifth graders demonstrated a new computer-based study aid called Moodle on April 23, 2008. Post-Gazette photo by Ed Byrne
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WRIGHTSTOWN Some village leaders say apparent bad feelings between school officials and police could put students in the Wrightstown School District in danger should a shooting or other major crisis occur in one of its schools.

Village Board members and administrators said they have been asking for months for a copy of the school district's crisis plan and blueprints of its buildings. They said school administrators have not - until recently - responded to their requests, and said schools and the village should be working together should a mass shooting occur such as the massacre in ...

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