The year-old's journal contained information about an attack the student was planning at College Place High School on April 20, -- the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, the College Place Police Department said in a press release. The shooting still ranks as one of the worst mass shootings in US history as well as one of the deadliest episodes of school violence. Officers took the student into custody without incident Tuesday after he returned home from school, police said.
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At some point during the tween years, a boy will begin to experience the early stages of puberty. It's an often complicated time during which a boy can feel elated, confused, and embarrassed all at the same time. While parents are often the last people a boy will want to turn to for advice, that shouldn't stop you from participating in a caring and productive way.
She has good reason to hold her 4-year-old a little tighter. She said two impostors showed up to her home, a woman followed by a man. She said both were dressed professionally when they showed up around a.
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According to one clever mom, girls give boys they like a scrunchie to wear on their wrist. Flattered, the boys collect the scrunchies until — like so many teenage treasures — they end up in the wash, mystifying parents. North Carolina mom Emily Covington sussed out the new ritual when she noticed random scrunchies in the family laundry.
CNN - Joanna Schroeder says if parents aren't paying attention to the lives of their young teen boys online, white supremacists are. Listen up," she wrote in a tweet. Schroeder explained the intricate process she believes white supremacists use to recruit and it starts with sharing memes or other jokes. As a writer of online content, she was surprised when she heard the coded language she's often confronted with coming out of her own sons' mouths.