Montrose High copes with attack

SUSAN PAYNE, right, a special agent with U.S. Department of Homeland Security, distributes bracelets Monday night during a meeting for concerned parents and teachers at Montrose High School, where a student was attacked last week. Payne touted the Safe2Tell Program, a prevention initiative for school safety.



1118 3A Montrose meeting

SUSAN PAYNE, right, a special agent with U.S. Department of Homeland Security, distributes bracelets Monday night during a meeting for concerned parents and teachers at Montrose High School, where a student was attacked last week. Payne touted the Safe2Tell Program, a prevention initiative for school safety.

In the seconds after the stabbing of a student at Montrose High School last week, students were rapidly text messaging each other, passing along crucial details in the case that investigators…




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