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It is 730 on a normal Tuesday morning at Westside Elementary School The buses have begun to pull into the child unloading dock and have unloaded the students As the buses pull off the students began to head toward their classroom to wait for the day to begin As the day progresses the students ready themselves for lunch break As the teachers aid opens the door for the students to leave she sees four students dressed in long knee length jackets strut briskly towards the cafeteria She pays it little attention and waits for lunch bell to sound Shortly after the bell sounds the students leap out the door and cascade toward the cafeteria In the cafeteria there is a stage like platform that jutted out like a shelf for about a third of the room That is where all the disruptive or the kids that were on silent lunch had to sit About five minutes until the bell for lunch to be over ringed four students came into the lunchroom The students began to shout ferociously and scream for the students to lie on the floor of the cafeteria When the students wouldnt cooperate the four boys reach under their coats to pull out 09mm pistols The teachers in the lunchroom try to contain the boys and settle them down but the boys open fire on them As the adults fall on the floor the cafeteria was in an uproar with frightened screaming children With this the young boys open fire into the crowd of students Although this scenario is just a figment of this writers imagination we all have been subjected to similar scenes on recent TV newscast This kind of horrific event has become a common element in todays news What has changed so much in our environment that would possess a child to destroy another child The futures survival depends on the existence of todays youth to survive The society
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