Parents urged to send kids to school tomorrow

Tomorrow is the first day back at school for students following the mass shooting at the elementary school in Connecticut and security officials are urging

Kenneth Trump, the president of National School Safety and Security Services, says increased awareness and security measures will make schools nationwide much safer for students.

Kenneth Trump, the president of National School Safety and Security Services, says increased awareness and security measures will make schools nationwide much safer for students. (12/16/12)

THE BRONX - Tomorrow is the first day back at school for students following the mass shooting at the elementary school in Connecticut and security officials are urging parents to not be afraid to send their children to class.

Kenneth Trump, the president of National School Safety and Security Services, says increased awareness and security measures will make schools nationwide much safer for students in the coming days.

"Parents need to remember that the first thing they should do is to send their children to school," says Trump.

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