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Our students need to feel safe at school

08 March 2018

That is the one-month anniversary of the high school shooting in Parkland, Fla., that killed 17 students and staff members.

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The walkout is part of a movement taking place across the country calling for safer schools. The walkout highlights the rights of teachers and students to teach and learn in a safe school environment.

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The coordinated protests will take place at the same time - 10 a.m. on March 14. Students at the school were out of class for two weeks after the February 14 shooting. We want Congress to pay attention and take note: "many of us will vote this November and many others will cast their ballots in 2020", he added.

"Some students at last week's Somerville protest carried handmade signs with messages such as "#Never Again", "We Call BS", and "Protect Children Not Guns".

Parents will receive information about plans the division has on March 8. And some schools will have featured speakers at the events. That school draws students from across the region. Now more than ever we must show solidarity, not division.

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A lawyer for Anthony Borges and his family says the sheriff's office, the school resource officer, the Broward County school system and the principal at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School failed to protect students from a teen-aged gunman who killed 17 people and wounded more than a dozen others on Valentine's Day. I want her to understand what we're feeling. Dr. Massie said Tuesday night that the students will not be punished for participating in the walk out.

After we posted earlier this week about planned student gun-control walkouts March 14 at Walton High School, Principal Judy McNeill is telling us that another group of students will be holding a separate event before school on that day. They also want to take a stand in favor of government action to curb gun violence on school campuses and elsewhere. Attendees will walk down Main Street to its intersection with Warwick Boulevard. They hope to release full details to parents by Friday. "Likely they will be finalized by the end of the week".

At a Coeur D'Alene Public Schools board meeting on Monday, superintendent Stan Olson said the district recognizes the students' rights to peaceful assembly and free expression, and to advocate for causes that are important to them. "So our point is to encourage the community to talk and start a conversation about what we can do for our students", Reid said.

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Our students need to feel safe at school