Schools weigh class trips against security concerns


CONCERNS. NATALIE, GOOD MORNING TO YOU. NATALIE: SAFETY CONCERNS, ABSOLUTELY. PARENTS CONCERN. YOU KNOW WHAT? THE BUSES LEFT MOMENTS AGO AND THEY ARE FILLED WITH VERY EXCITED STUDENTS AND CHAPERONES WILL STOP DESPITE THE CONCERNS, EVERYONE SAYS THEY ARE STILL EXCITED FOR EVERYONE OWING TO BE INVOLVED IN THIS TRIP. ALTHOUGH THE PARENTS ARE EXCITED AND NERVOUS, THEY ARE ALREADY ON THEIR WAY. ADMINISTRATORS SAY A LOT OF THOUGHT AND DISCUSSION WENT INTO THIS DECISION. ULTIMATELY, EVERYONE WAS IN SUPPORT OF MOVING FORWARD WITH THE PLANS. THE SENIORS READY TO GO. THE PARENTS SAY IN THE MEANTIME, THEY WILL BE PRAYING AND KEEPING A CLOSE EYE ON THE NEWS. JUST SEEING WHAT D.C. IS LIKE. THIS IS MY FIRST TIME GOING. JUST HANGING OUT MY FRIENDS UP IN D.C. AND HAVING FUN. I WILL BE WATCHING THE NEWS A LOT, VERY CLOSELY, JUST TO SEE WHAT IS GOING ON. HOPEFULLY, I WILL GET A TEXT FROM HIM TO SEE WHAT IS GOING ON. NATALIE: FOR THE NEXT FOUR DAYS, THE STUDENTS WILL BE ENJOYING A JAMPACKED SCHEDULE AND WASHINGTON, D.C., GETTING TO

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