Parents in a Cleveland suburb sent hundreds of children to school Monday and three of them didn’t come home. A 17-year-old has been arraigned for opening fire in the cafeteria at Chardon High School. It’s too early in the investigation to know why it happened.

When I hear about school violence, I have to send myself to my virtual chalkboard.

I will not be afraid to send my children to school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school. I will not be afraid to send my children to school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school. I will not be afraid to send my children to school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school. I will not be afraid to send my children to school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school. I will not be afraid to send my children to school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school. I will not be afraid to send my children to public school.

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  • Blanc2

    Facts like the Cleveland matter are horrifc and spectacular. They naturally horrify any caring parent. However, statistically, by far the biggest danger facing your kids will involve driving when they are teens, followed by influenza and other viral illnesses, followed by things like substance abuse. If you look at it as an engineer, you’d realize that the chance of a child being injured by a school shooting is almost zero percent.

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