Students are returning to class at Waseca High School today (MON) after their classmate, 17-year-old John LaDue was charged with attempted murder late last week for allegedly planning a killing spree at the school. Waseca Superintendent Tom Lee says that counselors will be on hand for students today. Lee says even before LaDue was arrested and charged, the district was working on enhanced security measures. And in late June the schools will take part in a two-day training session with Homeland Security and local law enforcement. Authorities say that LaDue had planned to kill his family and detonate bombs inside the Waseca Junior and Senior High School. Prosecutors are asking that he be tried as an adult. He’s due back in court on May 12th.