The high school in La Loche, Saskatchewan, is getting ready for the resumption of classesFriday at the high school where a mass shooting last month left two people dead and seven others injured.
Several changes have been made, including a new R-C-M-P school resource officer and three private security guards.
Students will now be served a hot breakfast as part of a new food program to make the transition more comfortale.
They’ll also have four classes a day instead of five.
Student will be able to attend classrooms off the site if they don’t want to be in the school.