After the Robb Elementary shooting, some Uvalde parents are choosing private or online education

Brianna Gonzales prepares dinner for herself and her two sons at home in Uvalde on Aug. 10, 2022.

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Adam Martinez and his son, Zayon, 8, at their home in Uvalde on Aug. 12, 2022. The family decided not to send students back to in-person classes, instead choosing to enroll in the district’s virtual alternative.

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First: An improved and taller fence was recently installed as part of Sacred Heart Parish School’s new security enhancements. Middle: Principal Joseph Olan at Sacred Heart as he prepares for the first day of school in Uvalde. Last: Polycarbonate bullet-resistant sheeting covers the outside of Sacred Heart Parish School classroom windows on Aug. 14, 2022.

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