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(PITTSBURGH) — Franklin Regional High School, the site of last week’s stabbings, will reopen this week, with students returning to classes Wednesday.

Assistant Superintendent and Public Relations Director Mary Catherine Reljac annouced the plans on Saturday. Teachers will return to the school on Monday and students and families will be allowed at the school on Tuesday if they choose.

“Student ambassadors will assist and support their peers on Tuesday and Wednesday,” the release says, adding that counseling will be made available all week for students and staff.

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