Lisa Kempton’s three boys attend Jessica’s school.
“I just make sure that if they go out that they stick together,” Kempton said. “I’m trying not to live in fear, because ultimately that’s when the crazies win.”
Mary Sherman, who has a 16-year-old son and two daughters ages 13 and 11, said she and her neighbors are ensuring that children are monitored by trusted adults as they walk to school or the bus stop.
“We still have a fabulous community,” Sherman said. “We’ll move on.”
Associated Press writers P. Solomon Banda and Catherine Tsai contributed to this story.
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