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Utica school district, police cooperate after post-football shooting | #schoolsaftey

The Utica City School District will only allow parents into sporting events on school property for the next week as a security precaution following the shooting of a security officer who tried to break up a fight after the Thomas R. Proctor High School football game on Saturday. 

The district hopes to lift that restriction in a week, interim Superintendent Kathleen Davis said during a press conference update, which included Utica Police Chief Mark Williams, Monday afternoon at the district administration building. 

All Utica schools will also remain on lockdown all week to give Utica police time to complete their investigation and to give Davis time to study the Code of Conduct in relation to students’ behavior during the fight and shooting, she said. 

The district has already sent out letters to eight students involved in the fight informing them that they are not allowed in Utica schools, Davis said. She declined to say how many of the students attend Utica schools. 

The security officer who was shot in the back of the head gave officials permission to release his name: Jeff Lynch. 

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