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Robert K. Yosay | posted Jan 27th 2013
For retired Marine Staff Sgt. James Skok, the weather outside Watson Elementary is more like his tour in Iceland than his tour in Iraq, when his unit pulled down a statue of dictator Saddam Hussein. But as the snow falls, Skok keeps watch on the outside to protect the students and staff inside the school. “You just never know,” Skok said. “One guy in an apartment building could be having a bad life and decide to take it across the street [to the school]. That’s why I’m teaching them to be observant. I just start looking out for the worst extremes.”

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