Arapahoe High School Shooting
A father of a student who attends Arapahoe High School has shared a series of text message exchanges with his son that took place while the school shooting happened.
Students are being allowed back in to Arapahoe High School for brief visits that are providing some comfort following last week’s shooting.
There have also been other well-wishes from around the world for Arapahoe High School shooting victim Claire Davis, including one from Davis’ favorite music group, “One Direction.”
Teachers and other faculty are back at the campus of Arapahoe High School for the first time since Friday’s shooting.
Columbine High School Principal Frank DeAngelis says it will take time and patience for people to move forward after last week’s Arapahoe High School shooting.
Authorities investigating last Friday’s shooting at Arapahoe High School say Karl Pierson had written a Latin phrase and some numbers on his arm. They suspect he had plans to attack five areas of the school.
As the memorial for shooting victim Claire Davis continues to grow students and teachers from others schools are now finding ways to show their support.
Students who knew the Arapahoe High gunman, 18-year-old Karl Pierson, say it all began with a speech he wrote.
Support and concern for a 17-year-old girl critically wounded by a fellow student at a suburban Denver high school poured in Monday, both online and outside the school.
Plans changed for the return to Arapahoe High School as students were not allowed back inside on Monday to get their things. They will be able to return to the school on Thursday and Friday but the school will be closed the remainder of 2013.