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St. Paul, MN (KROC-AM News) - Classes have been canceled today and tomorrow at the St. Paul high school where a student was murdered on Friday.

A posting on the Harding High School website also indicates the school staff will meet today and tomorrow to discuss ways to support students in the wake of the fatal stabbing inside the school that claimed the life of a 15-year-old boy and led to the arrest of another 16-year-old student.

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The St. Paul Public Schools Crisis Support Team has personnel available to provide support for students and families in need today and tomorrow. Parents are being asked to be alert for changes in the behaviors and appearances of their children that might signal a need for additional support.

A candlelight vigil is also planned this evening at the High School.

At the last report, the 16-year-old boy arrested for the fatal knife attack had not been charged. St. Paul police have not released any additional information concerning the ongoing homicide investigation.

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