The Sun — Thousands of teddy bears and other stuffed animals have been collected as a vehicle to calm students in the aftermath of the North Park Elementary School shooting, officials said. Many of those, perhaps 4,000, are being stored in a multipurpose room at the Boys & Girls Club of San Bernardino, Stacy Brooks, an administrative support coordinator for the psychology department at Cal State San Bernardino, said Monday.
The article was published April 17, 2017, and also appeared in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin and Redlands Daily Facts.
Read the complete article at “Students at San Bernardino school shooting site get stuffed animals, thousands left to distribute.”
See also the related news release, “Simple gesture leads to massive response of support for North Park Elementary School students.”