Ohio Students Return To School After Shooting

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Chardon, OH (CNN) Classes resumed today (Friday) at Chardon High School, four days after a shooting that killed three students.

Police say 17-year-old T-J Lane opened fire in the cafeteria Monday.  Five students were shot, three of them were killed.

The cafeteria has been repainted and tables re-arranged to give the room a different look.
The table where the shooting started has been turned into a memorial.

Grief counselors and police are at the school to assist students.

Lane is facing aggravated murder and assault charges.

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