Elementary school principal George Donovan greets children every day as they get off the bus.
Donovan talks to the bus drivers, who might tell him Johnny seemed a bit tired today or Susie scowled the whole ride.
It could be a sign the child saw daddy hit mommy the night before. It could signal the child lay awake in his bed listening to the argument. Or it could carry no significance at all.
But school officials at Brockton Public Schools . . .
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