Rachel’s Challenge visits Crystal Lake students
CRYSTAL LAKE – In six personal journals and diaries, Rachel Joy Scott left her family, and ultimately the world, a legacy of kindness and compassion.
Scott was a young teen – and the first person killed in the Columbine High School shootings in 1999 in Colorado – but her wisdom knew no bounds. The shootings also left 12 others dead.
It’s Scott’s message that has, as she put it, “started a chain reaction.” A nonprofit in her memory has grown to be the biggest school assembly nationwide.
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