Well, there's a pending showdown over a strike in Seattle Schools.
An investigation into the shooting at the high school in Marysville has come out, this via the Seattle Times. The 15-year old former girlfriend of the gunman and her lawyer had sought to block the texts and other messages between them leading up to the shooting. It's sad reading. While I know this is probably tough for her, justice requires that all involved, including the public, know not just what happened but why. But it might be worth a discussion with your child about text messages that worry them and when to go to you or another adult. Kids say a lot of wild things under duress - when should a kid take a friend (or significant other's) anguish seriously?
What's on your mind?