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Scotia-Glenville parents discuss school safety

Officials straddle line of security and fear in making changes

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Scotia-Glenville Central School District officials are trying to strike a balance between enhancing security and not frightening children. Superintendent Susan Swartz told parents at a safety forum on Monday that she cannot guarantee that their children will be safe. “What I can guarantee you is that every person here, every day, is working to keep children safe,” she said. However, she cautioned parents about overreacting in light of the massacre in Newtown, Conn. “At the ...


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