Franklin Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski said district administrators worked through the weekend on safety procedures.
"Our target was to return to business as usual," she said. "We did not have any memorials or school-wide announcements about it."
The district, Sabolinski said, regularly re-evaluates safety.
"We work very closely with the Police Department - we met just a month ago to review protocol and do lockdown drills," she said.
Sabolinski said school doors are always locked, and the schools have cameras.
"We did have an additional police presence," she said. "We have resource officers, and requested additional officers to reassure the parents."
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