The survey of teens ages 13 to 17 and parents with children in the same age range was conducted in March and April 2018, after the February 14 rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, which killed 17 students and left more than a dozen others injured. Some parents came to the school to await word on what happened. The person was not a student, per CNN. "My emotions are running rampant".
The jumbled pile consisted of desks, cabinets and chairs.
Explaining the decision to wear a former Halloween costume, she wrote: "I wore it today because our schools are looking more like prisons and bomb shelters and less like the learning institutes our parents had the privilege of enjoying". The shooter, a fellow student, is in custody.
"What happened down south nearly came here to Marion County, and they need to stop", Woods said at Friday's press conference.
On Friday, at Forest High School in Ocala, FL, students built towering barricades against their classroom doors as a school shooter roamed the halls. A 17-year-old boy was hit in the ankle. Bouche is listed as a resident of Crystal River, Florida, which is about 40 miles southwest of Ocala.
Almost six in 10 said they were anxious about the possibility of a shooting happening at their school-and most parents shared that concern.More news: P&G Takes on Merck's Consumer Health Division for $4.2B
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The so-called "red flag" order was made available by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act, created after a Valentine's Day massacre at the school in Parkland claimed 17 lives.
The injuries to the student were not life-threatening, Woods said, adding the names of all those involved were not immediately released. One-in-four said they were "very anxious".
According to the researchers, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) does not have a definition for mass school shootings.
Mailhiot and other students helped a teacher block the door, he said.
Forest Excessive has an enrollment of greater than 2,000 college students, in keeping with the Nationwide Heart for Training Statistics.