Arapahoe H.S. security guard says officials ignored warning signs before shooting

That guard says she dropped everything when she heard the first gunshots Karl Pierson fired inside the school December 13, 2013.

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DENVER — Almost one year after tragedy strikes Arapahoe High School in Littleton there are new accusations against the school and district administration. A school security guard breaks her silence to protect her students.

That guard says she dropped everything when she heard the first gunshots Karl Pierson fired inside the school December 13, 2013.

Pierson’s deadly attack took just minutes. He shot and killed fellow classmate Claire Davis. He then committed suicide.

But the guard says the school could’ve prevented Claire Davis’ death if administrators listened to the threats Pierson made for months prior to the shooting.

Christina Kolk is a mother and has worked as a security guard at Arapahoe High School for eight years.

She says since the shooting, the school used their motto “Warriors always take care of one another” to scare students, parents and employees from asking tough questions and holding school…

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