The school shooting at the Parkland high school still reverberates.
On the day marking five years since shots rang out at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, it won’t be a regular day for some 256,000 students attending Broward County public schools.
And, for those in the country’s sixth-largest school district, it won’t be a Valentine’s Day like any other school system’s.
In honor of the 17 killed and the 17 others who were injured in one of the country’s worst school shootings, Broward County schools will observe a “A Day of Service and Love.” It will also be an early release
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