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SHOT 10/31/13 3:50:32 PM - Columbine High School principal Frank DeAngelis is retiring at the end of this school year after a 35 year career at the school as a teacher, coach and administrator. The school was the site of a 1999 school shooting in which 12 students and a teacher died. DeAngelis will have spent 18 years leading the school, driven in part by a personal pledge made after the attack that he would remain as principal until all the students in Columbine feeder schools at the time had graduated. He fulfilled that promise in 2012. DeAngelis said he has no major plans at this point for retirement but does intend to continue to speak about the tragedy when asked. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2013)

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SHOT 10/31/13 3:50:32 PM - Columbine High School principal Frank DeAngelis is retiring at the end of this school year after a 35 year career at the school as a teacher, coach and administrator. The school was the site of a 1999 school shooting in which 12 students and a teacher died. DeAngelis will have spent 18 years leading the school, driven in part by a personal pledge made after the attack that he would remain as principal until all the students in Columbine feeder schools at the time had graduated. He fulfilled that promise in 2012. DeAngelis said he has no major plans at this point for retirement but does intend to continue to speak about the tragedy when asked. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2013)