Runcie explained that from January until June 2016, Cruz spent half his day at Stoneman Douglas and half at a center for children with behavioral issues.Runcie also revealed that five of the 215 teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and around 10 children have asked for transfers, which the district will accommodate."The president still supports raising the age limit to 21 for the purchase of certain firearms," Sanders told reporters, adding that she expected it "to be a topic of discussion" during Trump's meeting with a group of bipartisan lawmakers on Wednesday."He knows that everybody doesn't necessarily agree," Sanders said.Impact-resistant hurricane windows are typically made from a glass with a resin that keeps the material from shattering.Cruz still had more than 150 rounds of ammunition, but walked out trying to blend in with other students, according to the report.
CBS Miami reported the alleged shooter fired as many as 16 rounds at the window.
14, when 17 people died after alleged shooter Nikolas Cruz opened fire.
"He was saying that he would be a leader and would want to take a courageous action," Sanders said.
They made the emotionally fraught return to campus on Wednesday, and were welcomed by a strong law enforcement presence and well-wishers.
"I pray that today is the beginning of our long and difficult journey from grief, sorrow and anger to a new consciousness of hope, compassion and love," Robert Runcie, superintendent of Broward County Public Schools, said in a tweet Wednesday. And to all friends, teachers, or even strangers be ready for a huge hug.