The Marysville School District superintendent and a trauma professional are traveling to Spokane County to offer resources to the high school affected by a shooting Wednesday.
Superintendent Dr. Becky Berg is on her way to Rockford, Wash., where a suspect fatally shot one student and injured three others in the Freeman High School hallway.
The scene is too familiar to the Marysville School District. In October 2014, a student opened fire in the Marysville-Pilchuck High School cafeteria, killing four classmates before shooting himself.
The district said they plan to stand by Freeman High School and offer the support they need.
“As a school district that has been impacted by a similar senseless tragedy, we know Rockford has a long road to recovery ahead,” Emily Wicks, a spokesman for the Marysville School District said in a statement.
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