# Robb elementary school
HEB and Butt Family Donate $10 Million to Replace Robb Elementary School
H-E-B and the Butt family are joining others in building a new safer elementary school in Uvalde.Kenny Eliason/Unsplash. H-E-B and the Butt family are committing $10 million to help build a new elementary campus in Uvalde. Fox 4 reports that the Butt family will work with stakeholders and organizations on the development of the project. Robb Elementary was the scene of a mass shooting that left 21 people dead.
Thursday in Portland: PPS discusses banning concealed firearms on campuses and more top stories
(George Frey/Getty Images) (PORTLAND, Ore.) Hello Portlanders! It's Thursday, June 2 - Here's your daily round up of all the news happening in the City of Roses. 1. Portland Public Schools discusses banning concealed firearms on campuses.
Uvalde Struggling to Decide What to Do With Robb Elementary School
Local officials are debating on what to do with Robb Elementary School following the mass shooting.Weston RN/Unsplash. Public officials and local residents in Uvalde are now facing the struggle of deciding what to do with a building where 19 children and two teachers were murdered. Officials from several levels of government have suggested the school be razed and rebuilt. Dallas News says that federal money could fund the new school.
Opinion: I Am a Former Teacher. The Robb Elementary School Tragedy Will Change Nothing If We Do Not Change Ourselves.
Otherwise, the news cycle will prove yet again that early outrage will be followed only by helplessness, and inaction. Robb Elementary SchoolRobb Elementary School campus homepage.
Wednesday in Portland: Local lawmakers react to Texas elementary school shooting & more top stories
(Jordan Vonderhaar/Getty Images) (PORTLAND, Ore.) Hello Portlanders! It's Wednesday, May 25 - Here's your daily round up of all the news happening in the City of Roses. 1. Oregon lawmakers react to elementary school shooting in Texas.
Wednesday in Charlotte: Commissioner Scarborough dies, CMS pitches projects, Meck. Co. tornado and more
Mecklenburg Commissioner Ella Scarborough became Charlotte City Council's first Black member in 1987, representing District 3 until 1993.(Courtesy of Mecklenburg County) (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) This Wednesday, May 25 Roundup comes to readers with a heavy heart as we report the death of 75-year-old Mecklenburg County Commissioner Ella Scarborough after battling failing health conditions.