20 years after the Columbine shooting, killing 12 students and one teacher, Frank DeAngelis finds himself still deeply linked to Columbine. DeAngelis, the former Columbine High School principal, was principal the day of the shooting in 1999, and retired in 2012. Frank’s role as a leader and supporter continues to this day. "Columbine offers hope," Frank told CNN. "And that's what I hope, 20 years later, that we're doing, that we're reaching out to other people -- the Parklands, the Santa Fes, the Sandy Hooks, the Virginia Techs." "I feel I was chosen to do that."
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