Mrs. Trump tweeted: "Wonderful to meet @KyleKashuv today". "His message of unity inspires us all!" "Thank you so very much, sir".
Kashuv tweeted that he showed the president and first lady an app that lets students reach students.
"Obviously, I don't like the guardian program, but there had to be something in this bill for Republicans to vote for", said Rep. Jared Moskowitz, D-Coral Springs, a graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, where the mass shooting took place on Valentine's Day. The video was not released.
Signed in November 2013, this 16-page document basically turned police officers into social workers. Peterson, who has denied wrongdoing, retired rather than accept a suspension and investigation. The public defender's office in Broward County has said Cruz was willing to plead guilty if county prosecutors choose not to pursue the death penalty. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is getting shot up", he repeats before the call cuts out. In typical practice, the judge will then enter a not guilty plea on Cruz's behalf to continue the process.
The Women's March Action Network is calling on students to walk out "for 17 minutes at 10 a.m. across every time zone" next Wednesday "to protest Congress' inaction to do more than tweet thoughts and prayers in response to the gun violence plaguing our schools and neighborhoods".
One dispatcher attempted to gather information from a caller who was speaking with the mother of a student trapped in the 1200 building.
The 911 dispatcher soon instructs the man to tell the girls to remain silent and turn off their cellphone ringers in case the shooter is nearby.
The bill isn't what numerous shooting's survivors, or the school's students, wanted - they said it doesn't go far enough.
School employees would likely not face liability if the gun were adequately locked away and a student broke in and took it, experts said.
"I still think law enforcement officers should be the ones who protect our schools", Scott said, adding he is "glad" the program is not mandatory.
The legislation is a sweeping gun and school-safety bill that would make many changes to Florida's gun laws.
The measure to create a school marshal program to arm classroom teachers comes three weeks after 17 were slain at a Parkland high school.
Scott has 15 days to sign the bill into law or veto it.
Eventually, the man tells the 911 operator that the student on the phone advised her mother that police are on campus and were securing the premises.
"My daughter just texted me she's at Stoneman Douglas. she says she is behind the desk right now but the shots were close to her", the mother tells the dispatcher. The Snead son, a junior, wasn't injured in the February 14 shooting. "There's no question that they were the difference makers", Moskowitz said.
Another mother of a student holed up in a classroom was breathless as she tried to communicate information to a dispatcher. The son was not wounded, lawyer Jim Lewis said Thursday.