PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Just days after a shooting injured three students, changes are coming to Brashear High School.

Dr. Linda Lane, the Pittsburgh Schools Superintendent, said Monday night, “As an educator for over 40 years, last week was the worst, but I can honestly say that people stepped up to the plate, and took care of the students.”

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Lane spoke Monday to a Parent School Community Council meeting at Brashear High School.

The meeting was scheduled well before last week’s shooting near the high school, when three teenage boys were wounded by a 16-year-old, AJ Willet, charged as an adult with attempted homicide.

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Brashear’s Principal, Angel Washington, says school officials will monitor social media carefully for any red flags or possible threats. And, student parking at the school has now been restricted for safety and security reasons.

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