Teachers return to site of deadly Texas school shooting

Teachers return to site of deadly Texas school shooting

Teachers return to site of deadly Texas school shooting

The shirts have "We Play For Santa Fe" on them and are in the school's colors. In the wake of Santa Fe, Democrats in both chambers called on Ducey to bring lawmakers back to address gun violence.

Manager A.J. Hinch said Tuesday: "We offer support and our intention with these shirts on how to keep the conversation alive on how to hopefully avoid the next one".

The elder Pagourtzis said his son took a legally owned shotgun and handgun from his closet before leaving for school that day.

Teachers returned to work Wednesday at a Texas high school where 10 people were killed.

"The act of evil that occurred in Santa Fe has deeply touched the core of who we are as Texans", Abbott said in a statement. But critics say Texas isn't serious about changing its gun-loving culture.

Days after 10 people were shot to death at Texas high school, Governor Greg Abbott met with politicians and school administrators on Tuesday to consider proposals to stem school violence in a state where gun-control measures usually sink in the Republican-controlled legislature.

The first meeting, which focused on school and community safety, included nearly two dozen school administrators, politicians, law enforcement officials and an architect with expertise on school design, among others.

On Monday, 15-year-old Santa Fe student Tessa Ybarra stood at a memorial for the shooting victims.

Abbott says everyone shares a "common goal - to protect innocent lives". In his first major foreign policy speech since taking the post as the top USA diplomat, he issued a list of demands that he said should be included in any new nuclear treaty with Iran, including that it "withdraw all forces" from Syria, halt support for Hezbollah and stop threatening Israel. Local police allowed students and staff to come back to campus for the first time to retrieve belongings such as backpacks and cars.

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Four minutes after Pagourtzis started shooting, police entered the school's hallway and exchanged gunfire with him while he remained in a classroom, allowing the rest of the school to be evacuated, Trochesset said.

Other ideas that Abbott mentioned were increasing the number of school counselors, creating incentives for students to share information about potential threats and evaluating an expansion of a state program that arms teachers.

Aguilera says she's ready for classes to resume next week so that she can join with friends again "to show how strong we are".

Jacob Martinez, a 17-year-old organizer, was one of the students who demonstrated outside Ducey's office earlier this year but never got to meet with him.

Students at Santa Fe High School had different opinions on whether the alleged shooter was a normal, friendly kid.

In a phone interview over the weekend with Greece's Antenna TV, Antonios Pagourtzis (puh-GOR'-cheez) said he wished he could have stopped the killing Friday at Santa Fe High School. They included measures to buy back guns, improve gun safety education and create a lethal violence protective order to stop a potentially risky person from buying or possessing a firearm.

"If you're a parent and you own guns, lock your guns safely away", Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, a staunch pro-gun Republican, said at a press conference on Friday.

Wednesday's discussion will focus on gun regulations, mental health solutions and underlying causes of gun violence, Abbott said just before Tuesday's meeting.

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