From Joe Friday & Yeager's Sweet Love, from Krispy Kreme @ Penn and Memorial on Valentine's Day 2013.
For the first time since Friday's tragic mass shooting that killed 26 people, most of the students in Newtown, Connecticut returned to school Tuesday as the debate over gun control raged on nationwide.
Sandy Hook Elementary School, where the shooting spree took place, remained closed and future of the site of the massacre is uncertain. When its students are ready to return to school, they'll go to Chalk Hill School in the nearby town of Monroe. A sign that reads, "Welcome Sandy Hook Elementary!" is already in place for their eventual arrival.
While the town's other students returned to school, the funerals for two more six-year-old victims were held, with six funerals scheduled for Wednesday.
Still, some of the townspeople tried to remain strong. Nanci Wallenta, who was taking her friend's son to middle school, said, "It's an isolated incident. You can't go through life being afraid. You can't live in fear…We're a strong town."
Source: The Christian Science Monitor