Classes to resume at NH school after shooting
WALPOLE, N.H. - February 13, 2012 (WPVI) -- Classes are resuming at a New Hampshire elementary school after a 14-year-old boy shot himself in the face in a crowded cafeteria on Friday.
Walpole Elementary School was under lockdown for several hours after the student, believed to have been upset about a relationship with a girl, shot himself and was hospitalized in serious condition.
A message on the school district's website says school is being held Monday and that crisis response counselors will be available for students and staff.
The message says the district staff's thoughts and prayers are with the family of the boy, students and their families.
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