Only one of their children survived Sandy Hook — now school posed a new threat: the virus
A first-hand account on moving-on from terrible grief and the tough decisions parents face today. The Marquez-Greene family lost one of their children in the tragic 2012 Sandy Hook mass shooting. Eight years later, they are posed with the difficult decision of sending their remaining son to school during the coronavirus pandemic. John Woodrow Cox tells their remarkable story for The Washington Post.
From The Washington Post