Colorado school officials consider razing site of Columbine massacre
Public education officials in Colorado are considering a plan to tear down and rebuild Columbine High School, saying the site remains a "source of inspiration" for potential gun violence 20 years after a mass shooting there left 15 people dead. The idea was floated on Thursday in an open letter from the superintendent of Jefferson County public schools, Jason Glass, to Columbine staff, students, parents and members of the surrounding Denver suburb of Littleton, Colorado. Under the superintendent's plan, the new campus would still be called Columbine High School, "honoring the pride and spirit the community has with the name," and its school mascot and colors would remain unchanged.
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