Second graders at Nashville Catholic school make, sell bracelets to buy therapy dog for peers at school where mass shooting occurred

Two second-grade students at Overbrook Catholic School in Nashville have been “busy bees” the last month, making 2,500 beaded bracelets, and it’s for one very special reason — to raise $17,000 to purchase a therapy dog for the students of The Covenant School, where an assailant killed six people including three 9-year-old students March 27.