This is how Ashley Taylor's kindergarten class begins each morning at Keene Elementary in Texas:
The nation's school children are about to take a few months off for summer break. This isn't only a break for them, it's also a time-out from the tragedy of school shootings.
But will these ticking time-bomb potential school shooters start firing at innocent people over the summer at malls, movie theaters, restaurants, etc. at anything close to the same rate as they do in schools?
This begs the question, are guns the issue with school shootings? Or, is it the lack of positive connection that students feel with themselves and one another?
I think it's the latter, which makes what this teacher is doing in Texas more important than continuing the debate about AR-15s and bump stocks.