September 7th, 2010
02:55 PM ET

School year begins with still no sign of missing Oregon boy


(CNN) - Tuesday was the first day of classes at the Portland, Oregon, school where Kyron Horman allegedly was last seen in early June. The new year at Skyline Elementary also brings additional security measures to protect the children and staff.

In a letter to parents, Principal Ben Keefer said video cameras will be installed this weekend at Skyline. "These cameras will show external views of the building as well as the main hallway," he wrote. Also, security procedures will be reviewed to ensure they are effective, he added.

Tributes, messages, posters and cards that adorned a "Wall of Hope" for the missing 7-year-old boy were moved Tuesday from school property to a fence outside a nearby fire station, said the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office.

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  1. G2kr

    Why can't these cops take this stepmother into custody already and break her? If Kyron is still alive find him and return him to his family. Taking too damn long!

    September 7, 2010 at 9:44 pm |
  2. Shauna

    Did anyone at the school actually talk to Kyron on the day he disappeared?

    September 7, 2010 at 5:00 pm |