Uvalde, Texas school capturing: Local districts respond
At least 15 have died after a capturing at a Uvalde elementary school, together with 14 kids.
SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio school districts are responding to Tuesday’s Uvalde tragedy, providing messages of help and help, and in some instances asserting momentary modified safety measures.
At least 15 have been killed by a gunman at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, officers mentioned. Several others are hospitalized, and authorities confirmed the shooter died.
South San ISD officers notified district dad and mom and employees that backpacks will likely be prohibited on all campuses within the wake of the capturing for the remainder of the year, which ends Thursday. That day will likely be a half-day of instruction for all college students, and solely dad and mom with “proper identification” will likely be permitted to be on campus.
“Protecting our college students, employees and school is a high precedence and we’ll proceed to take each and all vital measures to make sure campus security on daily basis,” SSAISD’s assertion reads, including the district will stay vigilant over the following few days.
San Antonio ISD shared the next message on Twitter, saying, “We all are grieving today.”
Harlandale ISD’s superintendent additionally assured the district group that regulation enforcement will likely be “on high alert” because the school year ends.
Other San Antonio-area districts provided help on-line.