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Officials abandon idea of demolishing Columbine High School

 


DENVER (AP) — A Colorado school district trying to stop people obsessed with the shooting at Columbine High School won't demolish the building as a way to deter intruders, officials said in a letter released Wednesday.

Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Jason Glass wrote that a community survey on what to do about the high school in suburban Denver showed mixed reaction to knocking it down.

The district had floated Columbine's demolition because of what Glass called its "inspiration" for people with a dark interest in the 1999 shooting that killed 12 students and a teacher.

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