Freeman High School assistant football coach Tim Smetana grieves after he placed roses at a memorial to the shooting victims at the school in Rockford, Wash. Students returned Monday, Sept. 18, 2017 to the school south of Spokane, Wash., for the first time since the Sept. 14 shootings that left one student dead and three wounded.
Freeman High School assistant football coach Tim Smetana grieves after he placed roses at a memorial to the shooting victims at the school in Rockford, Wash. Students returned Monday, Sept. 18, 2017 to the school south of Spokane, Wash., for the first time since the Sept. 14 shootings that left one student dead and three wounded. Dan Pelle The Spokesman-Review
Freeman High School assistant football coach Tim Smetana grieves after he placed roses at a memorial to the shooting victims at the school in Rockford, Wash. Students returned Monday, Sept. 18, 2017 to the school south of Spokane, Wash., for the first time since the Sept. 14 shootings that left one student dead and three wounded. Dan Pelle The Spokesman-Review