We look at how school shootings is impacting students, teachers, and school communities, after the shooting in Parkland, FL.
- Dave Alcox - History teacher at Milford High School. He received a national award for civics teaching in 2013.
- Nate Greenberg - Interim associate executive director of the New Hampshire School Administrators Association. He was a superintendent for 30 years, including 17 years in Londonderry.
- Shelby Houghton - Student at Milford High School. She is the Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year, as well as a student liaison to school administration.
- Michael Pearl - Lieutenant with the Concord Police Department. He handles lockdown drills and preparedness plans for Concord schools.
From the New Hampshire Department of Education:
- School Behavioral Threat Assessments: An Introduction Train-the-Educator
- Youth Mental Health First Aid
- N.H. School Safety Training Series
Local School Threats And News:
"No Alleged Hit List At Exeter High School: Police Chief," from N.H. Patch.
"Parents and Students Plead With Trump: 'How Many Children Have to Get Shot?'" from the New York Times.
"'Is This the Day I Die?': Teachers React to the Florida School Shooting," from the New York Times.
"A safety officer overheard a threat. Police say that may have helped thwart a school shooting," from the Washington Post.