By J.D. Miles

MANSFIELD, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Officials say a town hall meeting Thursday evening in Mansfield is focused on opening a dialogue with parents and the community about school safety after a school shooting last month.

The meeting will feature a panel of community leaders, including the Mansfield ISD superintendent, the school board president, and Arlington’s police chief.

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A fight last month between students at Timberview High School led to gunfire that left four people wounded.

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The school district says Timberview High School has had a greater law enforcement presence since the shooting, and officials have implemented more video surveillance and done spot checks of students using metal detectors.

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