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What happened to the schools after the horrific shootings

“We could never ask a child to go back or a teacher to go back this school ever,” McLaughlin said.

Demolition of schools after mass shooting common enough that there is a federal grant process available, according to Texas state senator Roland Gutierrez.

That such a process exists at all is depressing, Gutiérrez told KSAT-TV. in May.

“Which of world we live in this legislation was created for destroy these schools?” he said.

Other schools have also took path of destruction of buildings after a mass tragedy.

What happened to the schools after the horrific shootings
“In many cases, these schools are closed or completely renovated. in attempt decrease traumatic reminders of what they’ve become for community participants,” the Center said in a statement. for Prevention of violence in children’s hospital of Philadelphia.

Is not clear when will robb’s elementary school be demolished and replaced with other school or memorial or other building will take its toll place.

Meanwhile, the survivors of in attack will attend classes at other schools in school district.

District Chief Hal Harrell pawned out plans make schools safer.
But some families still don’t feel comfortable returning and are moving to other areas or attending classes. online. BUT total of 416 students transferred out of district, and 136 enrolled in virtual education, according to KSAT-TV.

Here’s a look at what happened to other schools after the horrific attacks:

Sandy Hook Elementary School

Date of attack: December 14, 2012

Location: Newtown, Connecticut

Number of victims killed: 26 (including 20 children 6 and 7 years old and six Adults)

What happened to the school The entire school was demolished and rebuilt.

Three weeks after the horrific attack, Sandy Hook’s students went to the nearest city of Monroe and began attending classes at Chalk Hill High School, which was no longer used as a high school.
Four years after the massacre, the newly rebuilt Sandy Hook Elementary School opened to students, including fourth graders. who were kindergartners during the bloodbath.

Columbine High School

police patrol outside Columbine High School in 2019, a few days before the 20th anniversary of massacre at the school.police patrol outside Columbine High School in 2019, a few days before the 20th anniversary of massacre at the school.

Date of attack: April 20, 1999

Location: Littleton, Colorado

Number of victims killed: 13 (including 12 students and one teacher)
What happened to the school Columbine High School closed for rest of school year. The officials said attack about 23,000 square feet damaged of school and left approximately 900 to 1000 bullet and shrapnel holes in walls and ceilings.
Four months later, at the beginning of in new school yearmost of school reopened — except for the library where most of massacre took place. it was demolished and replaced with recently built the school library, called the Library of Hope.

Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School

Date of attack: February 14, 2018

Location: Parkland, Florida

Number of victims killed: 17 (including 14 students and 3 employees)
What happened to the school Students returned to campus two weeks after the massacre. But school building 12, where most of the victims were killed, was closed off behind emergency tape with this is windows coated.
BUT new building later replaced temporary classes in which students were using in commemoration of massacre.

Santa Fe High School

Date of attack: May 18, 2018

Location: Santa Fe, Texas

Number of victims killed: 10 (including eight students and two teachers)

What happened to the school The students returned 11 days after the bloodshed.

Though it’s only been two days left in school year, senior Caitlin Richards said she didn’t want the end of her school career with massacre.

“I don’t know if we’re ever ready to go back to school,” she told CNN affiliate KTRK that day school had resumed.

“But I am not want what last day to be mine last memory of my senior year. I just want to know I can see all my classmates once again.”

Jennifer Henderson of CNN contributed to this report.

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