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Source: Aerie Yearbook

Therapy Dogs at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Got Their Own Yearbook Page

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is set to release a yearbook one year from when seventeen students and staff were murdered on Valentine's Day 2018. And while the end of a school year can be rough for students under normal circumstances, it will be particularly hard for those who survived and have had to endure a series of traumatising false fire alarms, the first anniversary of the massacre, and more. 

Since February, 14 therapy dogs have been at the school to help students cope. Whether it's by attending class, giving students hugs in the hallway, or providing a non-judgemental ear. And now, their efforts are being acknowledged in the yearbook, directly after the last page of underclassman yearbook photos.