JUDY WOODRUFF: And one postscript to Lisa's report. Students at Columbine didn't walk out today, since classes are never held on the anniversary of the shooting. But they are encouraged to participate in a day of service. And let's finish our look at this day with the story of a student who survived Columbine 19 years ago. The "NewsHour"'s Student Reporting Lab at Legacy Early College High School in Greenville, South Carolina, interviewed physical education teacher Lindsey O'Donnell. She describes how she came to see mental health and mindfulness as the keys to healing.
LINDSAY O'DONNELL, Teacher, Legacy Early College High School: My name is Lindsey O'Donnell. I'm a physical education teacher at Legacy Early College in Greenville, South Carolina. I was 17 years old during the Columbine shooting. It was my senior year of high school. My initial reaction was, I thought it was a fire drill. Someone might have pulled it. I thought it might have been a senior prank. We really didn't know.
JIM LEHRER: High school shooting in Littleton, Colorado, a Denver suburb. At least 20 people were wounded.
LINDSEY O'DONNELL: It was just chaos, people running, just crying, hysterical. It was shocking. It was just unheard of 19 years ago. I coped with the Columbine shooting mostly through the support of my friends, my family, and also through fitness. I became a physical education teacher and a soccer coach. When I was at Columbine, I wish I would have known a little more about mindfulness, not only for me. My friends would have coped with the situation differently. A lot of them coped with it through drugs or alcohol. Columbine was, like, the first big mass shooting. Nowadays, we have to practice lockdowns. And with that, students are stressed. They come to school scared. They're anxious. Every single day with my students, we start our day with a five-minute mindful moment. And by practicing mindfulness, it's not going to eliminate school shootings. However, fitness, mindfulness, and mental health can help.
1.of service 献给
You've given a lifetime of service to athletics
2.come to 来到
The cold war came to an end.
3.cope with 应付
This office's resources and staff would have to be increased to cope with the extra workload.
4.held on 举行
The first debate was supposed to have been held on Tuesday.
5.fire drill 消防演习
The fire brigade finished the fire drill.
朱蒂·伍德瑞夫：还有一份关于丽莎报告的补充说明。哥伦拜恩的学生今天没有走出校门，举行抗议活动，因为枪击事件周年纪念日上，从不上课 。但校方鼓励他们参加一天服务 。在结束报道之前，让我们来了解一下19年前哥伦拜恩枪击事件中幸存学生的故事 。位于南卡罗来纳州格林维尔Legacy Early College高中的NewsHour学生报告实验室采访了体育教师林赛·奥唐奈 。她描述了她如何将心理健康和正念视为康复的关键 。
林赛·奥唐奈，老师，Legacy Early College高中：我叫林赛·奥唐奈。我是南卡罗来纳州格林维尔Legacy Early College高中的体育老师 。科伦拜恩枪击事件发生那年，我17岁 。那年我上高三 。我最初的反应是，这是一场消防演习 。肯定有人是在开玩笑，一定是高年级学生的恶作剧 。我们真的不知道 。
林赛·奥唐奈：全乱了，人们在跑，在哭，歇斯底里。令人震惊 。这在19年前闻所未闻 。朋友金额家人的支持以及健身帮我应对哥伦拜恩射击事件创伤 。我成了一名体育老师，也是一名足球教练 。当我在哥伦拜恩时，我希望我能更多地了解正念，不仅仅是为了我 。我的朋友们会以不同的方式应对这种创伤 。他们中的很多人通过毒品或酒精来应对 。哥伦拜恩是第一次大规模的枪击事件 。现在，我们不得不实行戒严 。而这样，学生们就会有压力 。他们上学都在害怕 。他们还很焦虑 。每一天和我的学生一起，我们以五分钟的正念时刻，开始新的一天 。而通过实践正念，虽然这么做根除不了枪击 。