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Robb Elementary School Tragedy


CONCORD — The following is a statement from the New Hampshire School Administrators Association Executive Director Carl Ladd regarding yesterday’s tragedy in Uvalde, Texas:

“Once again, NHSAA members are devastated by the news of yet another mass shooting inside a school building. This time, we are keeping the families of Robb Elementary School and the community of Uvalde, Texas, in our thoughts as they process this horror. No amount of thoughts, nor prayers, will bring those children home to their loved ones.

“We are sad, but no longer shocked. Education Week began tracking shootings on school grounds in 2018, weeks before the Parkland, Florida school shooting. Education Week has recorded 189 shootings, resulting in more than 80 deaths and 200 injuries.

“There were 34 school shootings in 2021, and 27 in 2022 so far. It took a global pandemic, which shuttered schools nationwide, to reduce the toll wrought by shootings in classrooms in America. Even then, there were 10 such incidents in 2020.

“Yesterday’s tragedy reminds us that we have done little as a nation to address gun violence, especially toward our most vulnerable population.

“What message do we send parents, families, and communities when we cannot ensure a child’s safety at school?

“How many more families must lose a child before we act collectively?

“Our political leaders cannot allow school shootings and loss of innocent lives to become any more routine than they already are. They need to act now, and any further inaction amounts to tacit support of this continued carnage.

“Members of NHSAA stand ready to work with anyone, regardless of political party, who is willing to address gun violence in our schools.”



The NHSAA offers the following resources to educators and parents.


About NHSAA:

NHSAA is a nonprofit organization serving approximately 275 members and is dedicated to providing the best possible public education for the children of New Hampshire. Membership of NHSAA includes superintendents of schools, assistant superintendents, school business officials, special education directors, curriculum coordinators and other system administrators.

NHSAA provides its membership with professional development training and conference opportunities as well as myriad resources to support their role as educators, and also honors educational professionals statewide with annual awards including Superintendent of the Year, the Outstanding Service Award and Champions for Children.

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