Fairfield–Parents of Ludlowe Middle School students are receiving letters from the school regarding a hawk or hawks swooping down on students:

Greetings Parents – I would like to notify you about a situation we are managing here regarding a number of Hawks which have taken up residency on our campus. There have been some instances where the Hawks have swooped down on several of our students and a individual in the neighborhood who was riding her bicycle. We are working closely with the Fairfield Police DepartmentLudlowe Middle School . The FFPD is working closely with the Department of Environmental Protection and Fairfield Animal control. Please be assured that there have been no injuries and the number of students who have been impacted are minimal. I will continue to keep you posted and thank you for your support.

Although no nests have been found on campus authorities are working with animal control to locate them.

By Stephen Krauchick

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