Now a week after the tragic school shooting in Newtown, Conn., school districts across the country are reviewing safety measures and procedures.
"We have practiced throughout the year our emergency procedures and will continue to review all our safety plans to do everything we can to provide safe schools in cooperation with the Norwood Police and Fire Departments," Norwood Superintendent James Hayden wrote in a letter to local parents last weekend.
We want to know what, if anything, you think should be done locally after this tragedy.
Should Norwood increase security at schools? Change any existing plans for emergencies?
Tell us your thoughts in the comment section below.