Thursday, September 3, 2015

Franklin Public Schools: Events in Millis


September 2, 2015
Good Evening:
As you are aware of the events that unfolded in Millis today we in the Franklin  Public Schools have monitored the situation along with the Franklin Police and our colleagues in neighboring school districts. While there is no reported threat to the Franklin community we will remain vigilant and alert.
We have alerted school administrators of the need to reinforce all safety protocols. All doors remain secured and visitors will be buzzed in as per protocol. Identification with a picture ID may be requested by school personnel upon entry. We have well defined safety and security procedures and staff is well versed in how to handle a variety of situations.
We plan to open school as scheduled and we anticipate the level of police presence consistent with what was evidenced today at all our schools. The Franklin Police Department will continue patrols around schools and will be a visible presence. We will continue to monitor the situation and collaborate with public safety officials.
We will keep the community of Millis in our thoughts as they deal with this unfortunate event. It is our primary mission to maintain a safe school environment and the security of our children and staff is a priority.  Stay safe and if you see something that is of concern contact the police.
Maureen Sabolinski
Superintendent of Schools

This e-mail has been sent to you by FRANKLIN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT.  To maximize their communication with you, you may be receiving this e-mail in addition to a phone call with the same message. 


For those who may have missed what happened in Millis on Wednesday, the Holliston Police Twitter account provides a copy of the police press release on the event

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