The student who made the threat admitted to police that he planned to carry out a shooting at Hernando High School the next day.
As stories of heroism surrounding last week’s Parkland, Fla., school shooting continue to surface, we want to recognize the bravery of those who put the lives of others before their own.
A 13-year-old Texas student took over behind the wheel while another student talked to police on the phone and comforted younger passengers.
Twelve campus public safety department employees receive awards for their work in 2017.
A substitute teacher barricaded herself and 16 students in an office after the custodian yelled to lockdown classrooms as he pursued the active shooter.
A code silver was issued and the hospital was locked down after an employee informed administration of a man in the employee parking lot with a rifle.
The superintendent says only eight to 10 seconds passed between the time the lockdown was completed and when the gunman began shooting at the school.
The suspect was tackled at Mark Keppel High School by a trained supervisor and was held until police arrived shortly after.
The teacher, who is a veteran physical education and math teacher, had recently participated in active shooter training through the school.
We must continue to be mindful of the reality of campus sexual violence on campus and do the right thing.