ARAPAHOE COUNTY- Hundreds of students were at Arapahoe High School on Sunday afternoon, many of the students don't attend the school but they were there to show that they all stand together.
"I go to heritage now and we're rivals, but that rivalry doesn't exist anymore, we're all one, we're all warriors," Jianna LoCricchio said.
LoCricchio wanted to do something to help so she decided to create a T-shirt to help unite everyone and to raise money for Claire Davis.
"It has the Arapahoe symbol with a Colorado flag and it says we are warrior strong on the back," LoCricchio said.
More than a hundred people have already ordered the shirt through twitter, that's where LoCricchio says she has been advertising the product.
At Valor Christian, Kaylie Miller organized a retreat and an opportunity for students from any school to escape from the pain. Hundreds of students gathered inside the school gym to listen to inspirational music and to pray for the community and for Claire.
"We needed to go beyond the tweets and telling people that we care. We just needed to prove it to them that we do," Miller said.
The students also sold bracelets to once again remind them that they're not alone and everyone is standing together. Miller says the money raised will go to Claire Davis's family.
Anyone interested on purchasing a T-shirt for $25 can do so by emailing Jianna LoCricchio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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