Reckoning with our inaction

After a student reported seeing a person with a bat and possible rifle on campus, a swarm of police cars sped past the office on the way to McNary High School Wednesday, Oct. 23,. 

The office scanner popped and crackled with sporadic updates from officers and dispatchers. I pulled out my phone to provide my kid, a sophomore at the school, with information I . . .

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