MURRYSVILLE, Pa. - Franklin Regional High School will resume its regular class schedule on Wednesday, one week after a student injured 21 students and one adult in a mass stabbing.
Administrators, teachers, students and counselors met Saturday to plan for the school’s reopening.
Students will be given the option to return to the high school on Tuesday with their families.
Teachers will return to work on Monday.
Student ambassadors will provide support to their peers on Tuesday and Wednesday, and counseling services will be available to students and staff throughout the week.
Franklin Regional High School students to resume classes Wednesday
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