Breaking News Stories

One year on, Wood River High School students honor Uvalde shooting victims | News

More than 400 students at Wood River High School pay tribute to the 21 lives lost and call attention to gun violence in schools on Wednesday to mark the one-year anniversary of the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. I participated in a demonstration to

“This is not political, it is not a protest,” said 11th grade student Maeve Coffelt, co-chair of Blaine County Amnesty International and organizer of the event. “Rather, this is an opportunity to honor the victims and spread awareness. It’s just about having empathy for what happened.”

Many of the students wore maroon, Rob’s school color.

On Wednesday, more than 400 Wood River High School students gathered to commemorate the victims of the Uvalde School shooting and mark the first anniversary.

Share this post:

Related Posts

Leave a Reply