Police say the 12-year-old gunman put his hands on his head immediately following the shooting and was detained by employees.
The boy, believed to be a runaway, ran into nearby woods and shot himself in the abdomen when responding officers approached.
An SRO dressed in camouflage with his face covered ran around the school attempting to break in through doors and windows.
It will cover topics such as lessons learned from COVID-19 and campus reopenings, Clery and Title IX updates, changes to campus policing, new technologies and more.
The 3-day virtual event will bring together renowned school safety experts, thought leaders and school-based crisis survivors.
Designed to help identify threats before they become violent, the weapons detection technology integrates with an organization’s existing security cameras.
The Florida Department of Education is working to create guidance on how schools should approach emergency drills while social distancing requirements are in place.
This two-day event will cover topics concerning lessons learned from COVID-19 and issues related to the re-opening of campuses.
Approved Whitehouse ISD staff will have to complete 80 hours of training and are required to pass physical and psychological exams.
The former principal and assistant principal were reassigned to administrative positions at different Broward schools following the shooting.