Students returned to classes at Arapahoe High School on Tuesday.
LITTLETON, Colo. - A fund has been set up for people who would like to donate to help the 17-year-old student shot at Arapahoe High School Friday.
Claire Davis was in "very critical condition," Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson said Sunday.
She is in a coma but is stable, according to a statement issued by Littleton Adventist Hospital Sunday.
The Parent Teacher Organization of Arapahoe High School wanted to streamline the process for helping, according to PTO President D.D. Walsh.
Donations can be dropped off at any First Bank branch, or mailed to:
Arapahoe Donation Fund for Claire Davis
2323 E. Arapahoe Rd.
Centennial, CO 80122
Coverage: Arapahoe High School Shooting
Teachers and staff went back to work at Arapahoe High School on Monday. Students will return to classes on Tuesday.
An online petition drive is asking Littleton Public Schools to give Arapahoe High School shooting victim Claire Davis a diploma at graduation in May.
When an armed student went into Arapahoe High School on December 13, many people sprung into action.
Claire Davis' father asked people to forgive the fellow student who shot and killed his 17-year-old daughter at Arapahoe High School.
The Arapahoe High School shooter entered the school through a door that should have been closed and locked, but was left ajar, Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson said.
Gov. John Hickenlooper orders flags lowered to half-staff Wednesday in honor of Claire Davis, the student slain in the Arapahoe High School shooting.
Tickets to the celebration of Claire Davis' life are now available for students and staff at Arapahoe High School.
Claire Davis will be celebrated next week with a memorial at the National Western Stock Show and Complex.
Prosecutors are warning people that scam artists may try to take advantage of the shooting death of Claire Davis at Arapahoe High School by setting up phony websites and requesting donations.