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Uvalde students ‘scared for their lives’ on first day of school, parent says

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As students prepare to go back to Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, just months after a deadly mass shooting at the school, parents are having to decide what steps to take to keep their children safe. Adam Martinez, a father of two children who went to Robb Elementary, joins News NOW to share why he is opting for virtual learning instead of sending them back into the classroom.