Parkland Strong

In the wake of February’s shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the Coconut Creek community showed their support for the students with public displays of solidarity and remembrance.

Photos submitted by Camille Edwards of Coconut Creek High, Krystal Langley of Winston Park Elementary, Erika Valbuena of Tradewinds Elementary and Judy Steiner of Coconut Creek Elementary PTA

Outside Monarch High School
Douglas students volunteered their time at Tradewinds Elementary.
Students from Coconut Creek High walked to Stoneman Douglas.
Tradewinds Elementary’s PTA sold these bracelets to support victims and their families.

Outside Monarch High School
Coconut Creek
High students with
the banner they signed
Coconut Creek Elementary’s staff wearing MSDStrong shirts
Students at Paideia Classical Academy worked with an arborist to plant 17 trees in memory of the victims.


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