A series of bombings in the city of Austin, Texas, this month put residents and police on high alert and complicated school schedules and student transportation.
As an increasing number of students across the country 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.
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.
Just days after a deadly Florida school shooting that resulted in 17 fatalities and 14 wounded, school officials and law enforcement officers underscored the need for parental involvement and proper student behavior as they contend with students bringing or threatening to bring guns and weapons aboard school buses.