A dedicated school bus driver, quick-thinking students and concerned citizens helped prevent disaster during a frightening incident of a man with a knife forcing his way onto a school bus in San Diego County, Calif.
Two South Carolina students brought drugs and weapons onto a school bus, while a driver in Connecticut was arrested for using the company school bus he drove to conduct drug deals.
As an increasing number of students nationwide bring weapons to school or threaten violence on social media, law enforcement and school districts stress vigilance and emergency procedures on school buses and at campuses.
A school security expert and career law enforcement officer said a vital piece of the puzzle missing in the national debate over school shootings is training students on how to survive an incident.
Following President Trump’s proposal of arming teachers with guns to prevent school attacks, the National Association of School Resource Officers advocated instead for trained school resource officers (SROs).
Northeast Ohio credits and considers school bus drivers as one of the best resources in determining and preventing school shootings.
A seventh-grader of Jackson local school district died Tuesday morning at the hospital after bringing a gun on a school bus and shooting himself on school grounds.