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Richmond students return to school Monday after school shooting

Posted: 12:22 PM, Jan 06, 2019
Updated: 2019-01-06 18:36:36-05
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RICHMOND, Ind. — Students at Dennis Intermediate School will return to school for the first time Monday since a shooting at the school in December left a teenage suspect dead.

Students and staff gathered at the Tiernan Center before winter break to celebrate already scheduled end of the semester activities, according to a tweet from the school district.

When students and staffed arrived at the center, therapy dogs and cards were there to greet them.

On Dec. 13, a 14-year-old died after shooting the glass of a door and at officers. No students, staff or officers were injured.

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Also starting on Monday, all Richmond Community Schools will use the Raptor Visitor Management System. This will require all visitors to present a state-issued license.

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