OXFORD, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Oxford school board members have rejected Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s offer to review the Nov. 30, 2021 deadly shooting for a third time.

The Oxford Community Schools board previously declined Nessel’s two other proposals. In addition, the board rejected her offer of a dog trained to detect explosives along with a handler at the campus in the next academic year.
The district sent a letter in response to one Nessel sent Monday in which she asked the district to reconsider its rejections of her offer to review the events leading up to the Nov. 30 mass shooting at Oxford High.
The board  said the district is “proceeding with the independent investigation announced in May.”
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