(KCEN) -- Students in Aurora, Colo. will return to school next week and the school district has a recovery plan in place for them on their first day in response to the theater shooting.
Superintendent John Barry says he wants families to know that extra psychologists and counselors will be there to help for the next three months.
Teachers will even be given an age specific script to read to students during the 1st period of the 1st day.
All this will all be funded by a $50,000r grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Education Secretary Arne Duncan will even deliver a podcast to students, staff and family members of Aurora Public Schools.
The district will create a system of roving substitute teachers to give any staff members a break if they need it.