Retiring Columbine High principal remembers "best and worst of times"

08/14/2013 | KMGH-TV (Denver)

The long-time principal of Columbine High School in Colorado has announced his retirement -- one year after graduating students who were in kindergarten at the time of the tragic shooting at the school. Frank DeAngelis, a former social studies teacher, has spent 34 years at the high school. "It has been my privilege to lead this wonderful school through the best and worst of times," he wrote in a letter to parents announcing his retirement. "The support of our families and the Columbine community has meant the world to me; I have been profoundly honored and humbled to be a part of the Columbine family."

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