in a memo to parents.
The new regulations come six weeks after former student Nikolas Cruz entered the school on Valentine's Day armed with an AR-15 rifle.
Security at the Parkland school has been bolstered following the February 14 massacre, with about 10 Broward Sheriff's deputies stationed on campus daily and, more recently, the addition of eight Florida Highway Patrol troopers scheduled to monitor gates from 6 a.m.to 10 p.m.
The management of Institute has given students transparent backpacks so that y can be identified to simple dress that y do not carry risky objects.
Stoneman Douglas junior Dylan Bowerman said he thinks the backpacks will make it harder to hide weapons, "but something about it seems like a violation of privacy".
"They feel like it is something that would be in a prison", Korsten said.
"We will need to use the first few days to issue backpacks and organize around the new procedures", Superintendent Robert Runcie said. The backpack idea is an invasion of privacy. Marco Rubio, showing her clear backpack with feminine products inside. "Nearly as clear as the NRA's agenda to prevent common sense gun control from going on the books!"
The school provides the backpacks at no cost. "But it made me feel better because we all looked the same". As much as I appreciate the effort we as a country need to focus on the real issue instead of turning our schools into prisons.
Nugent also said Hogg was "so brainwashed" that he probably can't be fixed, according to the AP.
Student Delaney Tarr, who was outspoken during the March For Our Lives event on March 24, also posted on Twitter about the backpacks.
An Instagram account was also created dedicated to students angry over the backpacks. In another tweet, she said, "starting off the last quarter of senior year right, with a good ol' violation of privacy!"
Media organizations, including the South Florida Sun Sentinel, are seeking the release of video from outside the school to show how law enforcement responded to the scene of an active shooter.
"I feel like that's something that should be at concerts and not at school", Sutton stressed. That is where our problem lies. Take Carly Novell, who wrote on Twitter: "We want to be safe, not uncomfortable".