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Sandy Hook students will return to Monroe school

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MONROE, CT (WFSB) -

Students that attend Sandy Hook Elementary School will be attending an elementary school in Monroe when students return from Christmas break.

Monroe police said students will attend Chalk Hill Elementary School, which is situated on a campus with two other schools, and access is limited.

Newtown students, their families and school officials will be given privacy at that time, police said, and as a result, no one will have access to the school before, during and after school resumes in January.

Monroe police said officers will be stationed on and around school grounds to provide safety and privacy to everyone returning to class.

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