Newtown discusses future of Sandy Hook Elementary School building

NEWTOWN, Conn. — People living in Newtown, Conn. must decide what should be done with Sandy Hook Elementary School where 20 students and 6 adults were killed.

There are three possible options: tear the building down, open it as a museum or re-open the building.

Neighbors packed a high school auditorium on Sunday to discuss the future of the school.

As the town struggles to deal with the tragedy, opinions vary on what should be done with the building.

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