She told a boy who asked her out, “no”. She did not want to go out with him.
Do we wonder why? Did she know he was bad news? Did she not feel safe? Did she know his reputation?
Did she not even date? My daughter would have said, “no” because she was too young to date…
“The greatest concern we have is for students who are hurting will keep it inside,” Feser said. “We want them to know we are here for them.”
State Sen. Gayle Slossberg, D-Milford, said she has spoken with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and he said the state is ready to provide whatever services it can.
Police were still on the scene investigating Friday afternoon. Mello said they expect the school to be open for classes Monday.
Really. Their main concern is that the kids won’t talk about their pain after a state-enforced exposure to murder.
Really. the governor is ready to do whatever. Right.
And school will continue, business-as-usual, as in murder-is-the-usual-and-we’ve-already-had-too-many-snow-days-so-please-get-over-it-this-weekend is the usual, in collective schools.
My heart is breaking and it’s not even my daughter, my child, my district, my state, or even my problem. It’s just a sweet little girl-woman murdered by a . . .
Meanwhile, local to me, law enforcement workers recently announced that in light of school violence leading to death, first-aid kits will be provided for every classroom.
Oh, also, instructions will be provided to every staff, as to how to apply band-aids and antiseptic ointment.
PEOPLE! Please, please, please homeschool.
Photo credit: A Call to Repeal ‘Citizens United’ (Photo credit: CT Senate Democrats)