Below is a link the a story from the Denver Post 10 years later, Columbine remembers
Stories by Kevin Simpson | Photos by Cyrus McCrimmonhttp://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_12174127?source=rss
I took the time to remember back to Columbine and from my memories came the question what has changed in the last 10 years. Sadly we have learned little and done even less to prevent tragedy's like Columbine. Some schools have taken measures to protect our children and those schools should be commended. Most though have done little but pay lip service to parents concerns over their child's safety while at school. Don't agree or believe me take a look at your child's school when at recess or ask to see an emergency evacuation plan, ask what happens in the event of a Bomb threat, spend some time around your neighborhood school and count how many times you see police patrolling the area. If you do all or even some of these things you will come to agree that most schools have done little to protect our kids from another Columbine. However if you still believe that schools are safe do a Google search of school shootings since Columbine and you will certainly come to agree that there is still a problem.
What is the solution, I don't know for sure but I have a few ideas just like most of you. I will share my thoughts with my son's school and I hope you will do the same.
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