Oshkosh West students head back to class

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STUDENTS RETURNED TO CLASS AT OSHKOSH WEST HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE A SHOOTING INVOLVING THE SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER.

THE SCHOOL WAS EVACUATED TUESDAY MORNING AFTER A STUDENT STABBED OFFICER MIKE WISSINK, WHO THEN SHOT AND WOUNDED THE STUDENT.

OSHKOSH WEST STUDENTS ARRIVED EARLY THIS MORNING TO A SPREAD OF SNACKS AND BEVERAGES DONATED BY LOCAL BUSINESSES AND SERVED UP BY LOCAL POLICE OFFICERS.

THE OSHKOSH AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT SAYS IT’S FOCUSED ON GETTING STUDENTS AND TEACHERS BACK INTO A NORMAL ROUTINE.

BUT IT WON’T BE *COMPLETELY NORMAL. THERE WILL BE EXTRA POLICE OFFICERS ON THE SCHOOL GROUNDS.

EXTRA COUNSELORS HAVE BEEN MADE AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS AND STAFF … AND EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS ARE MAKING THE ROUNDS.

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