“She always has been a problem solver for me,” said Joshua Jones, adding that she told him not to worry. “It was a pretty quick conversation.”
Douglas County Public Schools
The board invited public comment on the attack, and several parents and students are in the audience.
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Douglas County Superintended Thomas Tucker told the commissioners that improvements are already on the way, thanks to funding voters approved in 2018.
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“I can’t reach my siblings.”
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His father, John Castillo, told The Denver Post Wednesday morning that, “He was the best kid in the world.”
Gov. Jared Polis said that America has seen too many of these acts of violence, but with less than 24 hours after the tragedy, the focus should be on those harmed.
The Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock confirmed eight student injuries and two suspects, one adult male, and one juvenile male are in custody.
The case involves parents who moved their autistic son to private school after he struggled in his public classroom.
The program was enacted by an earlier conservative-dominated board to help public school students attend secular and religious schools with taxpayer-funded vouchers.