South Carolina: School shooting follow

JUST ABOUT EIGHT MINUTES OR SO. THANK YOU PERELLA AT 6:46 THIS MORNING. WE NOW KNOW THE NAME OF A 12 YEAR OLD STUDENT WHO OFFICIALS SAY DIED AFTER A SHOOTING INSIDE OF TANGLEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NOW OFFICIALS SAYAM JARI JACKSON DIED AT THE HOSPITAL AFTER THE SHOOTING YESTEAYRD AFTERNOON, ANOTHER 12 YEAR OLD STUDENT IS IN CUSTODY RIGHT NOW CHARGED WITHUSTODY RIGHT NOW CHARGED HIS MURDER OUR DANIEL ROBINSON JOINS US NOW LIVE FROM NEAR THE SCHOOL IN GREENVILLE COUNTY WITH DETAILS SURUNRODING THE SHOOTING AND IF STUDENTS WILL RETURN TODAY, DANIEL, AND PATRICK THE DISTRICT SAID THAT TODAY WOULD BE AN OPTIONALAY D FOR STAFF AND STUDENTS. THERE WON’T BE ANY LEARNING TODAY, BUT THEY WILL BE ABLE TO MECO TOGETHER AND TALK TO COUNSELORS ABOUT WHAT UNFOLDED HERE JUST YESTERDAY. NOW. HERE’S WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR ABOUT THIS SHOOTING OFFICIALS SAY THAT A CLAL CAME IN AROUND 12:30 THURSDAY AFTERNOON FROM THE TANGLEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER LAW ENFORCEMENT QUICKLY UNSEEN SECURINGHE T SCHOOL TAKING THE SUSPECT INTO CUSTODY OFFICIALS. SAY THE SHOOTING HAPPENED IN THE FRT PAONRT OF BUILDING ONE PARENT SAID THAT SHE HAD COME TO THE SCHOOL EARLY FOR A SCHOOL MEETING AT 12:30 WHEN THINGS STARTED TO UNFOLDHE S LATER FOUND HERLFSE WITH DOZENS OF OTHER PARENTS NOT KNOWING THAT THEIR CHILD HAD BEEN SHOT YOU DON’T KNOW IF YOUR KID GOT ​​SHOT OR YOU KNOW, THEY KNOW I MEAN I WAS SO TERRIFIED. I DNDI’T KNOW WHAT TO DO. MY HEART WAS IN MY STOMACH, YOU OWKN, BECSEAU I COULDN’T FIND HER. NOBODY WOULDN’T TELL ME NOTHING. STUDENTS WERE TAKEN TO BROWOOKOD CHURCH IN SIMPSONVILLE TO BE REUNITED WITH FAMILY NEARLY0 4 BUSES ACROSS THE DISTRICT WERE USED TO TAKE STUDENTS FROM THE SCHOOL TO THE CHURCH 12 YEAR OLD JAMARI JACKSON WAS TAKEN TO THE HOSPALIT AFTERHE T SHOOTING THROUGH A SPOKESPERSON LATER FAMILY TTHA JACKSON HAD PASSED AWAY THE GREENVILLE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS EXPECTED TO RELEASE MORE INFORMATION REGARDS TO THEIR SHOOTING INVESTIGATION INFORMATION LATER THIS MORNING, AND OF COURSE,E’ ‘RE BRINGING THE LATEST AS SOON AS THAT HAPPENS FOR NOW LEIVN I GREENV

Why were students taken from Tanglewood Middle School to church after shooting? GCSO gives answer

Jamari Cortez Bonaparte Jackson, 12, was killed in the shooting

The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office is answering the question as to why Tanglewood Middle School students were taken to a church several miles away to be reunited with their parents. The question comes after a student was fatally shot at the school Thursday afternoon. Related: Suspect, 12, charged with murder of 12-year-old in Greenville County school shooting, sheriff says”I thought I was going to die’: Mother, daughter robbed in Facebook Marketplace scamShortly after the shooting all students were put on buses and taken to Brookwood Church in Simpsonville to meet their parents to be taken home. The church is 18 miles from the school and is about a 27-minute drive. On Friday, the sheriff’s office posted an answer to the question on Facebook: “The School district developed a plan, working alongside Law Enforcement to get kids to a safe location, away from the site for several reasons. The first, is the obvious-to get students away from any potential danger that may still exist at the scene. Another reason is the idea that when an incident occurs there will be hundreds of first responders going to the scene and often times roads will be blocked off in the area, etc. and by having a reunification site at a location far enough away from the scene, parents can easily arrive and avoid traffic jams and road closures along the way. In other words, First Responders are going to the scene while parents and students are going away from the scene. We also have these predetermined sites because their facilities can accommodate the number of people transported to the locations and have resources to help the reunification process go smoothly. Hope this helps explain things.”Greenville County Schools also addressed the question with the following statement: “The district’s emergency response plan has multiple sites, including Brookwood Church, that are pre-determined as reunification sites based on criteria that’s needed to respond effectively in an emergency. Some of that criteria include the capacity of the building to hold a large group of students, staff and other needed personnel and accommodate them in a variety of types of spaces, good access for buses and parent vehicles, the ability to store needed materials, and access to the space whenever it’s needed, among many other factors. Greenville County Schools is very appreciative of Brookwood Church’s willingness to serve the community in this way and their effectiveness in responding to this crisis.”

The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office is answering the question as to why Tanglewood Middle School students were taken to a church several miles away to be reunited with their parents.

The question comes after a student was fatally shot at the school Thursday afternoon.

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Shortly after the shooting all students were put on buses and taken to Brookwood Church in Simpsonville to meet their parents to be taken home.

The church is 18 miles from the school and is about a 27-minute drive.

shooting at tanglewood middle school

On Friday, the sheriff’s office posted an answer to the question on Facebook:

“The School district developed a plan, working alongside Law Enforcement to get kids to a safe location, away from the site for several reasons. The first, is the obvious-to get students away from any potential danger that may still exist at the scene Another reason is the idea that when an incident occurs there will be hundreds of first responders going to the scene and often times roads will be blocked off in the area, etc. and by having a reunification site at a location far enough away from the scene, parents can easily arrive and avoid traffic jams and road closures along the way. In other words, First Responders are going to the scene while parents and students are going away from the scene. We also have these predetermined sites because their facilities can accommodate the number of people transported to the locations and have resources to help the reunification process go smoothly. Hope this helps explain things.”

Greenville County Schools also addressed the question with the following statement:

“The district’s emergency response plan has multiple sites, including Brookwood Church, that are predetermined as reunification sites based on criteria that’s needed to respond effectively in an emergency. Some of that criteria include the capacity of the building to hold a large group of students, staff and other needed personnel and accommodate them in a variety of types of spaces, good access for buses and parent vehicles, the ability to store needed materials, and access to the space whenever it’s needed, among many other factors. is very appreciative of Brookwood Church’s willingness to serve the community in this way and their effectiveness in responding to this crisis.”

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