Sandy Hook Elementary School students returned to school, a new school, this morning for the first time since the deadly shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.
FOX News Radio’s Courtney Kealy reports from Monroe, Connecticut:
Chalk Hill Middle School here in Monroe has been quickly renovated and renamed Sandy Hook Elementary School. The students classroom materials from their former school, which remains a crime scene, have been moved to the school here, including their desks and backpacks that were left behind. A heavy police presence guarding the entrance to the school. Along the rural residential roads, tree trunks are tied with green ribbons, Newtown’s colors and signs stick out from the snow saying things like, ‘Welcome Sandy Hook, We Love You’.
In Monroe, Connecticut, Courtney Kealy, FOX News Radio.