The Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy that unfolded in Newtown, Conn. on Dec. 14 became every parent’s worst new nightmare. The horror also spurred local school leaders into action and prompted them to reassess emergency planning procedures on campuses from Calabasas to Oak Park.
Las Virgenes and Oak Park school districts were quick to quell the nerves of parents wondering if school officials have done enough to keep local kids safe.
Oak Park Unified School District Superintendent Tony Knigh...
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