A Childhood Interrupted: In Year Since Shooting, Stoneman Douglas Family Wrestles With How To Stay

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When Annabel Claprood walks into a room, the first thing she does is look for a place to hide. The 17-year-old has practiced moving quickly from the driver’s seat of her car to the back, so she can’t be easily seen through the windows. Her mother, Elyse Claprood, uses her cell phone to closely track her daughter’s location, feeling relief only when she confirms, yes, Annabel is at home. She’s at school. At the horse barn where she volunteers. A year ago, the sound of gunfire interrupted Annabel’s sophomore Spanish class at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. The trauma...

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