UVALDE — Brianna Gonzales, fresh off nursing duty, sat quietly alongside her two sons in the auditorium at Uvalde High School last week as school district officials presented to parents of new security measures for the coming school year.
Gonzales decided to keep his two sons, a kindergartener and a fifth grader, in the district. But it wasn’t the easiest decision. His eldest was at Robb Elementary on May 24, the day a gunman entered the school and killed two teachers and 19 children. Fortunately, she had brought her son home before the shooter entered the building.