Clear bags among measures in place at Parkland school

Parents waiting for news after a reports of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14

Parents waiting for news after a reports of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14

Ted Nugent's pro-gun attack of the student survivors of the Parkland, Florida, shooting has taken on new life.

Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School returned from Spring Break yesterday only to be greeted with a few new school safety measures.

Some measures are districtwide, including ID badges and shooter training, while others apply specifically to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High.

"I think if people want to bring weapons to school, they'll find a way, and clear backpacks are not going to solve anything", Warner said.

"They feel like it is something that would be in a prison", Korsten said.

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Hogg and other student activists haven't responded on Twitter to Nugent's latest comments.

The publicity has also come with attacks from the right, including Fox News host Laura Ingraham, who mocked Hogg for his college rejection letters.

The police presence was heavy on Monday and will remain so at least until the end of the school year, officials say.

Senior Delaney Tarr tagged Rubio in a tweet of a picture of her bag with feminine products and the orange price tag attached to it. "We shouldn't need to worry about our safety and our security while we are at school".

Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez made sure she was heard loud and clear.

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"We are doing this in order to demonstrate the fact that we stand together on all issues, and that we, as a student body, refuse to be reduced to nothing more than dollars and cents", Koerber said.

In addition to displaying the orange tag, senior Carmen Lo stuffed a sign into her backpack that read "this backpack is probably worth more than my life".

While a student at Stoneman Douglas, Nikolas Cruz - the gunman alleged to have carried out February's mass shooting - had been barred from carrying a backpack to school, the Miami Herald reported. "I feel so safe now".

Her next tweet mentioned Sen.

From this Monday we have reduced to four accesses for students at beginning of day and after beginning of classes only it is allowed to leave by a door. He was arrested by authorities and is now being held at the Broward County jail in Fort Lauderdale on $500,000 bail - the same place his brother, Nikolas, is awaiting trial for the alleged perpetration of the February 14 massacre. "YES ABSOLUTELY, can't argue against that", student Diego Pfeiffer wrote.

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"I feel like that's something that should be at concerts and not at school", Sutton said.

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