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Parents of Perry Hall Students Attend Community Meeting

Updated: Monday, November 19 2012, 09:25 AM EST
At least a dozen parents got in line at Perry Hall High School tonight
to express questions and concerns over last Monday's incident. The most
outspoken where parents whose children were most effected by the
shooting. One man says his daughter was trampled, one mother says her
daughter was in the cafeteria ten feet from the alleged shooter,
15-year-old Robert Gladden Jr. 

Principal George Roberts went on
to explain the emergency plans to parents that took affect that day.
Roberts says all security measures and a full review of the school's
emergency plan will be completed in the next 30 days. He did say,
however, that he is already seeing positive change. Students are being
encouraged to speak out and to no longer be viewed as snitches.

Gladden
is accused of bringing a shot gun into the cafeteria of Perry Hall High
School on the first day. Gladden allegedly fired two rounds, one of the
rounds striking Daniel Borowy in the back.

Daniel remains in
shock trauma in critical by stable condition. Gladden was indicted by a
grand jury on Tuesday on 29 counts related to the shooting, including
attempted murder. Parents of Perry Hall Students Attend Community Meeting


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