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The Aftermath in Chardon

Posted Wednesday, February 29, 2012

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The Aftermath in Chardon In the wake of Monday's tragic shooting inside Chardon High School, District Superintendent Joe Bergant called for healing: "Hug your kids. Kids, hug your parents," he said in a Tuesday morning press conference. "Talk to your children. Don't text them. Don't Facebook them. Talk to them." On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about how to talk to our kids, how to keep them safe, and how the community is responding to this crisis. Join the conversation Wednesday at 9.

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Community/Human Interest, Courts/Crime - Fire/Law Enforcement, Education

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Michelle Kanu, Reporter, ideastream
Dr. Robert Findling, Division Chief, Child and Adolescent Psychology, UH Case Medical Center
Dan Flannery, Director, Begun Center, Case Western Reserve University
Amy Serraglio Fierman, Mother of student
Thomas Diringer, Superintendent, West Geauga Schools

Additional Information

Students Reveal Details About Chardon Shooter
2nd Chardon High School student dies of gunshot wound

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