LITTLETON, Colorado (CBS4)– A major renovation project was unveiled at Columbine High School on Friday. The changes were made both inside and outside the school.
Students, staff, including the headmaster, and even the cheering team were present to cut the ribbon. The ceremony unveiled the brand new entrance to the school, which offers more privacy than the previous entrance.
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Columbine High School principal Scott Christy explained what this means to the community more than 20 years after the fatal shooting at the school.
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“The school is a role model and symbol for resilience. It’s a model of what happens when people come together in the face of tragedy and get stronger from it, ”Christy said. “This addition, I think, simply shows the strength of this community and this school.”
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The improvements were made through a district-wide bond.