“I passed!” I shouted to my parents after completing the driver’s license test. My mom smiled, gave me a hug and said, “I knew you would.” My dad grumbled, “Congrats,” followed by “Now you can get a job since you can drive yourself there.” And with that glowing endorsement my teen job search began. I
“Everyone has a cell phone but me,” whined my 12-year-old daughter. “Your twin brother doesn’t have one either,” I responded. A variation of this same conversation had been going on between us for years. I knew what my daughter was saying was true, that most of her friends had a cell phone. According to a
At the time of the Columbine shootings, Greg Crane worked nearby as a police officer and his wife was a principal at the elementary school. He wanted to help people survive school shootings which led to the creation of ALICE training program.