Teachers from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School returned to work this week for the first time since the shooting at their school that took 17 lives.

When teachers returned to work, they were greeted with flowers, cards, and a rainbow! Yes, a local television station caught the moment that a rainbow appeared over the school.

Student will return to campus on Wednesday, but students who don't want to return to Stoneman Douglas can arrange for a transfer.

The building where the shooting occurred will remain closed when students return this week.

Still, what a sign of hope for all returning to the campus. I hope that teachers and students can receive more "signs" in the days ahead. This transition will not be easy for those attending.


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