The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved giving $150,000 to police to help secure schools in the area.
The first thing Israel did after the Ma'alot Massacre was to make certain that each school had a perimeter barrier and guarded entry points.
"It's intentionally vague so a potential shooter doesn't know who they have to defend against," one person argued.
The Democratic majority leader said that the Senate is "going to vote on gun legislation" and that Americans "are tired of moments of silence."
"How is this allowed to happen? There was a sex crime committed inside of an elementary school," one parent told a local news station.
"We have to fight for a reality where we don't need those hockey pucks," the official March for Our Lives TikTok account commented on the video.
Police are warning students that making or sharing threats about violence won't be taken lightly and they will be held accountable.
SaferWatch works by connecting schools directly with a 911 communications center, where users can send messages and photos to a dispatcher.
The National School Board Association documented more than 20 instances of threats, harassment, disruption and acts of intimidation.
The court ruled school employees can't carry firearms without extensive training or decades of experience.
Representatives Jan Schakowsky and Kelly Armstrong agreed that gun laws should move away from targeting those with mental health issues, but they differed on red flag laws that allow police or family members from temporarily removing firearms from individuals.
At least 957 positive cases among students as well as 26 among faculty and staff have been reported, the university confirmed.
Tony Montalto, the president of Stand With Parkland, a group founded by some of the families of the victims, met with the president to celebrate the launch of a school safety initiative.
Illinois law does not explicitly authorize district employees to carry weapons in school, nor does it delegate the authority to make such a decision to local boards.
"These federal resources will help to prevent school violence and give our students the support they need to learn, grow, and thrive," Attorney General William P. Barr said in a press release.
Programs that teach people how to react to active shooter events have picked up popularity in churches and schools.
The four items inside the buckets are meant to reinforce the door in the event of an active shooter and block out smoke in case of a fire.
The school district said a survey also found the public supported an initiative to arm select staff members with guns if it became legal in Pennsylvania.
The school previously said it would put a bucket of river stones in each classroom as defense against potential shooters.
A police affidavit says that three students heard Brennen Michael Shenk make the threat while standing in the school lunch line.
A 16-year-old was arrested for possession of a pipe bomb and other weapons after making threats to kill students online.