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Fallbrook students plan "Day of Kindness" to commemorate Columbine massacre

19 Avril 2018

The budget deal includes almost $2 billion to strengthen school safety through grants for training, security measures and treatment for the mentally ill.

Instead of going back to class, the students are supposed to spend the rest of the day pre-registering to vote and calling their government officials, according to the National School Walkout website.

Ironically, Columbine students are not participating in the walkout; for them, Friday is a "day of service".

A majority of USA teenagers and parents say they are afraid a shooting could happen at their schools, according to a Pew survey published Wednesday.

"This is a problem that needs to be addressed longer than 17 minutes", said Lane in the abcnews.go.com interview.

The first was on March 14, when thousands of students across the state joined national efforts to fight gun violence in the wake of the Parkland Florida school shooting. The panel will be a positive event and we encourage our student body to get involved.

"The interesting thing is that we've had people ask us, 'I'm a Second Amendment supporter, I'm going to be allowed to speak?'" Murdock said. She plans to pursue a political science degree and endeavors to be an investigative journalist.

"I felt it was critically important for our students to be heard on March 14.

Eighteen and older is the way we do it, in this country", said Dr. Perry. "We made sure the students were safe. Our walkout committee all worked together to plan out different chants to lead".

Lake City High School sophomores Zoe O'Brien and Seerit Kaur said they want to continue the conversation about school safety. Schools across the country will be honoring the victims of Columbine.

School district leaders said it applauds students' initiative and looks forward to working with them in the future.

Bailey Golding, 18, is a senior at Royal Oak High School who was born in Colorado. "School safety affects everyone, and students need to understand what is happening in their school lives".

Participating students in Cedar Falls Community Schools face similar consequences.

Students choosing not to participate will remain in class with an instructor and will engage in meaningful learning.

Students at the middle and elementary schools also are allowed to participate in the walkout, but only if their parents take them out of school to the walkout.

According to LifeSiteNews, during the protest last Wednesday, the "three broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC) never once mentioned the pro-life walkout during their news shows on the night of the event".

Washoe County School District sent a message to parents about their walkout policy this week.

“I am proud to stand with these passionate young Americans who continue to demand action on gun violence, ” Levin said in a statement. Lower-income parents are particularly anxious: 82% of parents with annual household incomes under $30,000 say they are at least somewhat anxious that a shooting could happen at their teen's school, compared with 64% of those with incomes between $30,000 and $74,999 and 53% of those with incomes of $75,000 or more.

"It's just kind of disappointing to see that it's been 19 years since that happened and we're still having to deal with it in today's society", she said.

Fallbrook students plan