Students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are returning to class from Spring Break today and they'll have new security protocols in place. They include the issue of clear backpacks to every student at the school, and they will all have to wear new student ID's. There will also be limited entry points to the campus which was the scene of the Valentine's Day shooting, where 17 people were killed. Also, those extra patrols from the Florida Highway Patrol ware in place again.
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PARKLAND, Fla. (CBS12) — Spring Break is officially over for students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and they return to even more changes intended to make the school more secure.
The teenagers will experience even more security changes, including: carrying clear backpacks on campus, wearing new student IDs at all times, and having limited points of entry to the school.
There was also an increased police presence on campus, as Gov. Rick Scott provided extra Florida Highway Patrol officers to beef up security.