Calls for tighter gun regulations in the United States have been prominent following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida on Valentine's Day, where 17 students and teachers were killed.
"It's something that we're looking into", Poehl told ABC News on Monday regarding an investigation into the possibility that the gunman, 17-year old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, was bullied by classmates and adults.
Craig Bessent, an assistant superintendent of the Wylie Independent School District in Abilene, said in an interview that he will take part in the roundtable and that he favored more police or security officers and more screening of students as they entered school campuses. He said the nature of the probe remains unclear, because kids have not been interviewed on this matter.
Tisdale said his mother "enjoyed helping others so much" that she made a decision to work as a substitute teacher for children with special needs.
Eight students and two teachers were killed.
The teenager was surrounded by dozens of television cameras, photographers and reporters, as she shook her governor's hand and said she didn't believe guns were to blame for the shooting she survived. So Delgado had taken an unpopular stand in her home state of Texas, with some of the most permissible gun laws in America: She attended town hall meetings, quizzed candidates running for office about their stance on guns and drove to Houston to join the March for Our Lives rally - as thousands across the country, galvanized by the outspoken students who survived the Parkland shooting, took to the streets to call for gun laws that might stop the all-too-common occurrence of children being massacred in their classrooms.
One Santa Fe school police officer who responded to the attack was shot and remained in critical condition Sunday, according to the University of Texas Medical Branch.
Trochesset, the sheriff, said his granddaughter was inside the school, three doors down from the gunman.
"#IfIdieInASchoolShooting I will never be able to finish my animated TV series, I'll never be able to see my sister again, and I will have to become a martyr", he wrote.
Drake said he wanted to offer practical way to help his congregation and brought a friend, a licensed counselor who runs a ministry in Springfield, Missouri, to speak.
Pagourtzis, who police said has confessed to the shooting, is being held without bail at a jail in Galveston. Finally, a week before Pagourtzis went on his rampage, Shana declined his requests in front of her class having been pestered for so long.
"We're already raising a generation entrenched in trauma", said Khary Penebaker, a Wisconsin-based gun law activist.
Ten people were killed, a lot of them students.
Thomas said that his daughter did not have any feelings for Pagourtzis and as a result he could not comprehend why he would keep coming back to Fisher to ask her the same question.
A woman wearing a Texas T-shirt holds a lighted candle during a vigil held in the wake of a deadly school shooting at Santa Fe High School on Friday in Galveston, Tex.
"I want people to know how real and how terrifying and how painful and how possible this is", Delgado said. When a man killed more than two dozen people at a church previous year in Sutherland Springs, Texas, the state's attorney general, Ken Paxton, said there ought to be more guns in churches.