What students are saying about the Santa Fe High School shooting

Students across the country live in fear of a shooting like the one at Santa Fe High School in Texas. (Photo by Jeffrey Bary via Wikimedia Commons under Creative Commons licensing)

It’s hard to wrap our minds around, but this morning there was yet another mass shooting at a school: Santa Fe High School in Texas.

Students at Santa Fe participated in the anti-gun violence walkout just four weeks ago today.

The shooter has been identified as Dimitrios Pagourtzis, age 17, a junior at the school.

In the wake of the news breaking that there was an active shooter at Santa Fe, many students took to Twitter to express their feelings, ranging from shock to anger. Here’s a sample of what young people have been saying. (Warning: Some strong language.)

Santa Fe students

Students who feel connected to Santa Fe

Survivors of the Parkland and Great Mills shootings

Students living in a mass shooting culture

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