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By Lacey Gardner

Wellsville School Superintendent reacts to Uvalde massacre


From David Foster, Wellsville Superintendent of Schools

When our hearts are broken again by another tragedy, the words are difficult to find. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the families of those who lost children and loved ones in Uvalde, Texas.

At this moment, we share sorrow. As a district, we will continue to work to bring people together and ensure that all families feel welcomed and safe.

Our focus remains on the safety of your children and our staff. We have done much in the previous years to ensure this, and we will again look at our security practices with a critical eye.

I ask for your continued support as partners and a community to ensure the safety of our children.

If you or your child needs help, I encourage you to reach out to a teacher, our counselors, or our family outreach coordinator Mrs. Veronica (Nikki) Curcio Medler.

David Foster


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