Uvalde Foundation for Kids offers reward for information on shooting of Savannah High student
FROM THE GEORGIA VIBE
The Uvalde Foundation for Kids is offering a reward for information regarding a recent shooting incident involving a Savannah High student. Tune in to learn more about this developing story and how you can potentially help with the investigation.
Some written reports relevant to this video are accessible now (find them in the References section below). Here are the takeaways from them:
A 17-year-old student from Savannah High School was injured in a shooting incident.
Witnesses reported that a man in a black ski mask shot at them from a gray Kia while they were walking to school.
The Uvalde Foundation for Kids is offering a reward of up to $1000 for information leading to an arrest in the case.
The foundation is also recruiting volunteers to patrol the area and prevent violence on school campuses.
District 3 Alderwoman Linda Wilder Bryan supports the program but suggests reaching out to the police before implementing the patrol system.
Uvalde Foundation For Kids "Crimes Against Students," Rewards Program:
 Uvalde Foundation for Kids offering reward for information in Savannah High student shooting. Link
 Savannah High student shot while walking to school. Link