But at some point, classes must resume. Now, questions abound as to whether or when a school devastated by carnage should reopen.
It’s not clear what will happen with Robb Elementary, which ended its school year a few days early after the May 24 massacre.
Gutierrez said there is a federal grant process for schools to be razed after a mass shooting. And that fact alone is depressing.
“What kind of world are we living in that legislation was created for razing these schools?” Gutierrez told KSAT.
Here’s a look at what happened to other schools after deadly rampages:
Sandy Hook Elementary School
Date of attack: December 14, 2012
Location: Newtown, Connecticut
What happened to the school: The entire school was razed and rebuilt.
Columbine High School
Date of attack: April 20, 1999
Location: Littleton, Colorado
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
Date of attack: February 14, 2018
Location: Parkland, Florida
Santa Fe High School
Date of attack: May 18, 2018
Location: Santa Fe, Texas
What happened to the school: Students returned 11 days after the bloodshed.
“I don’t know if we’ll ever be ready to go back to school,” she told CNN affiliate KTRK the day school resumed.
“But I don’t want that last day to be my last memory of my senior year. I just want to know I can see all my classmates once again.”
CNN’s Jennifer Henderson contributed to this report.Source link