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Support has been pouring in from all across the country for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. And now, one local high school is doing its part to pay respects.
"I wrote 'you're in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless,'" said Tierney Scobolic, junior at Yankton High School.
" I wrote, 'my thoughts and prayers are with you,'" said Amber Livingston, junior at Yankton.
Whether it's just a few simple words, or maybe just a name, students at Yankton High School in South Dakota are sending their condolences to the families devastated by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting last Friday.
"I couldn't believe it. I just kept thinking, what if that happened to me. I have a younger brother. I just can't imagine anything like that happening to me or anyone I know," said Scobolic.
"I really felt like we needed to do something as a school. Mostly for our students that they need an opportunity to either say something or do something," said Wayne Kindle, principal at Yankton High School.
Marker in hand, students are spelling out their deepest sympathy for all of the young students and teachers who lost their lives.
Kindle says students filled up one poster in just the first day, so they started another one. And if they need to, they'll make a third one.
By the end of the week, their written words will be rolled up and sent off to the Sandy Hook Elementary School.
"I just hope we encourage them to stay strong and not give up," said Livingston.
"I want them to know how much it has affected everyone else and that they are not alone," said Susanna Kinsley, sophomore.
"We are all here, and we are all in this together as a nation," said Scobolic.
The school has also been collecting monetary donations from students and faculty to send along with a card and the posters by the end of this week.