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In Remembrance of Parkland

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Balloons were released while the names of the lost students and faculty were announced.
Photo credit: FHS Yearbook Staff

Balloons were released while the names of the lost students and faculty were announced. Photo credit: FHS Yearbook Staff

Balloons were released while the names of the lost students and faculty were announced. Photo credit: FHS Yearbook Staff

Madison Mitchell, Flash Reporter

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Wednesday, March 14, marks one month since the Florida school shooting in which 17 student and faculty lives were taken. Fraser High School students organized a walk out, and the staff agreed to sit back and let the students have a short time to express their sorrows on their own terms. Both students and staff walked out of their second block classes from 10 a.m. to 10:25 a.m. to honor the lives of the victims who were lost during the attack. Students released balloons while reading off the names of those that were lost to always remember them and to never forget the tragedy that happened.

Students who organized the walk out stood on the hill ready to release the balloons. Photo credit: FHS Yearbook Staff
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