Students honor their classmates who died almost three weeks ago in Santa Clarita, California

They return to classes at Saugus High School where shooting was recorded

An altar in Central Park, near the Saugus school, remembers the victims of the shooting.

Frederic J. BROWN / AFP

School students Saugus High School, in Santa Clarita, they went back to class this morning, almost three weeks after a 16 year old teenager shot 5 of his teammates. School District staff William S. Hart Union will be offering guidance and therapeutic support to students who require it, as reported, because the goal is to restore normalcy in high school activities.

For this first week back to school, access to school facilities will be limited to students, staff and parents who need to go to the offices. In addition, the school will feature complementary surveillance during these days. Meanwhile, students remember their classmates and honor them for what happened.

On November 14, two students were killed and three others were injured after Nathan Berhow shot his classmates at Saugus High School, and then shot himself.


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