- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Students who survived last month’s mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida, took to Twitter on Tuesday after reports that a gunman had shot two people at a Maryland high school.

An armed student who shot two other students at Great Mills High School in Lexington Park Tuesday morning is dead after being confronted by a school resource officer, the St. Mary’s County sheriff said. A male student, 14, is in stable condition and a female student, 16, is in critical condition, he said.

Some of the school shooting survivors who have been at the forefront of the #NeverAgain movement following the Feb. 14 massacre in Parkland that left 17 students and teachers dead tweeted support for Great Mills High and continued their call for stricter gun control.



Thousands of students and activists are preparing to march on the nation’s capital this weekend in support of more gun control following a nationwide school walkout last week that was organized by Youth Empower, a division of the left-wing national organization Women’s March.

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