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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Sarah Caron
Sarah Caron made her son his favorite pancakes for breakfast and walked the second-grader to the top of the driveway for the school bus. It was 7-year-old William's first day of school since last month's massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary, and his mother tried to make the day as normal as possible. But it was harder than usual to say goodbye.
For her son's first day of school since last month's massacre at his Sandy Hook Elementary, Sarah Caron tried to make Thursday as normal as possible. She made his favorite pancakes, and she walked the second-grader to the top of the driveway for the school bus.
William's classroom had been across the hall from a first-grade room where children and teacher Victoria Soto died, and he had been nervous about going back to school, Mrs. Caron said.
"They didn't talk about what happened at all," she said. "They went in, met up with their teachers, had a little circle time, and it was just about trying to get them back into school."