School: An article in the May 3 edition, “Sensitive topics policy urged,” incorrectly stated that parent Anita Razin wants the school district to set parameters for what teachers can appropriately discuss with students. In fact, Razin wants no teacher to start inappropriate discussions in the classroom. In addition, the article misstated that a seventh-grade class at Thurston Middle School watched news reports of the Sandy Hook shootings on a teacher’s computer. In fact, it was the teacher who watched news reports — not the class — and then initiated a conversation about the tragedy with students. Finally, the article also incorrectly stated that Razin picked up her daughter 30 minutes after the Sandy Hook news broke; she picked up her daughter at the end of the school day.