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'Kids Were Anxious to See Friends They Hadn't Seen in a While'

Monroe Police Lt. Keith White and Newtown Police Lt. George Sinko held a press conference at Wolfe Park about Sandy Hook Elementary School's first day of classes in Monroe.

The children, teachers and administrators of Sandy Hook Elementary School had their first day of classes in Monroe on Thursday morning. Newtown Supt. of Schools Janet Robinson said they will be in the former Chalk Hill School building for the rest of the academic year.

Monroe Police Lt. Keith White and Newtown Lt. George Sinko addressed the media at a brief press conference held off site this afternoon, in the parking lot of Wolfe Park on Cutlers Farm Road.

This two-part video covers the press conference in its entirety.

jim laguardia January 03, 2013 at 07:27 PM
sorry how dumb was the media that asked about all the extra security and when it will go away.... here is the real answer ...... WHEN YOU GO AWAY!!!!!!

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