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ES Special Report: How Safe Are Our Schools?

Violence in our nation’s schools is a problem that has garnered increasing attention over the last decade. It started with students turning on each other in one horrific incid... read more...


Special Report: How safe are our schools?

Over the past decade, school safety has become an unprecedented nation-wide issue following numerous instances of shocking classmate and intruder-led attacks on students, teac... read more...


How safe do students feel?

According to junior Tameka Wilsey, there’s no reason why Norwich High School shouldn’t be a safe place to learn. “They have enough rules to make it safe,” said Wilsey. “(Robe... read more...


Reporter's Notebook: Melissa deCordova

I didn’t expect to, but I got in. After walking over the playground and almost completely around Perry Browne Intermediate School in Norwich shortly after 9 a.m. on Nov. 6, an... read more...


Reporter's Notebook: Jessica Lewis

I parked my car on the far side of the parking lot at Norwich Middle School and waited for a few moments, collecting my thoughts and calming my nerves. I surveyed the building... read more...


Reporter's Notebook: Tyler Murphy

I simply acted like I was supposed to be there and wondered how far would I get. My first stop was Norwich High School. I don’t know any of the staff or students and was comp... read more...


Law enforcement stands at the ready

Local law enforcement is playing a greater role in our schools as the increasing trend of school violence enters the minds of many administrators. Schools today still have int... read more...


Superintendents assess school security test

Mixed emotions were expressed by local school superintendents in up to six districts after Evening Sun reporters tested security measures throughout the county last Monday. F... read more...


Reporter's Notebook: Jill Osterhout

On the way to Oxford, I contemplated the reasoning behind my next assignment. As a parent, safety is a top priority in my life. I keep my kids safe at home and want to be ensu... read more...


School safety a priority for parents, too

Parents want to feel their children are safe when they leave for school in the morning, but whether they are or not isn’t always easy to assess. “As a parent of four childre... read more...


Reporter's Notebook: Mike McGuire

Sherburne-Earlville High School is vulnerable. So is every other school. In fact, we all are – and we always have been. We are all at the mercy of each other, and it is the ul... read more...


Community

History of the Automobile, Part 2

By Audrey Robinson Education Committee NECCM The week of November 12th though the 18th is National Education Week. The Northeast Classic Car Museum is a great place to culti... read more...


Business blooms in dowtown Norwich

NORWICH – Silvernail’s Florist will be holding its grand opening this Friday and Saturday. The latest storefront to occupy Broad Street, Silvernail’s will be giving out coupon... read more...


Opinion

Curbside Thanksgiving

You finally get some well-deserved time off and what happens? You spend most of it in an airport. What could be more relaxing? “Mister Dimwit, could you please report to the t... read more...


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