How to spot the signs of the next school shooting

The signs of a school shooting are all there, and they’re all in the form of the “school shooting statistics.”

As the days go by, I see them all.

On Twitter, my fellow social justice warriors have been retweeting a series of stories from the “Hoodline” website, which collects news reports from news outlets in the U.S. that report on school shootings and the number of deaths they cause.

As of Tuesday morning, the Hoodline website has reported that at least 26 people were killed and at least 50 were wounded in school shootings since the Newtown school shooting in December 2012.

Of those, 19 have been confirmed dead and 19 are still unaccounted for.

In addition, the site reported that about 1,100 people were injured and at more than $100 million in damages.

But in the last few days, I’ve noticed that a few of the sites reports have been updated to add information on the number and type of school shootings reported.

So, what is a school shooter?

The term “school shooter” is an umbrella term that includes a variety of incidents that occur in schools, including those in which a shooter opens fire, or uses a firearm in a school.

The definition of a “school” in the dictionary is broadly defined as any place in a public school.

To get an idea of how that definition is being applied in schools today, consider the number, type, and seriousness of the school shootings that have occurred in the past several years.

From January through May, there have been at least 27 school shootings in the United States, according to the Washington Post.

That’s an average of almost twice a day.

According to the New York Times, there were 19 school shootings between April 19 and May 3.

There were two other school shootings on April 27 and 30.

All of those shootings, of course, happened in public schools, but they were not in school buildings.

For example, in the school shooting that took place in April, a gunman in a dark-colored, military-style uniform opened fire on students in a New York City public elementary school, killing one person and wounding three others.

The shooter also injured two other people.

One of those injured was a student who was standing outside the school, when the gunman opened fire.

Another injured student, a kindergartener at a New Jersey elementary school who was sitting in the hallway outside the building when the shooter opened fire, was able to call 911.

Two more students were injured when a gunman entered a classroom at a middle school in a Philadelphia suburb and opened fire in front of the classroom door.

After the shooting, the shooter was apprehended, and the school was put on lockdown.

At this time, the FBI is looking into whether the shooter has any connections to the school or any other incident that took a toll on students or staff.

What are the signs that a school is about to be the next deadly event?

I’ve seen several articles in the media this week about the number one sign of a future school shooting.

It’s the number: “Gunman kills 5, injures 13, injurys others in school shooting.”

The number is the first to pop up on social media after a mass shooting in a high-profile school or in a news story, and it’s also a pretty simple one.

You see it all the time.

A school shooting is defined by the first five minutes or so after the shooting happens.

When it happens, you see police and ambulances moving in and people getting out of their cars and onto the streets, all with the hope that a shooter will be apprehended.

This isn’t the case, of the fact that a lot of these stories aren’t based on the information that is actually out there.

Instead, it’s based on what the media outlets say, or what people are saying on social platforms.

People who are on social networks are reporting things that are, to put it bluntly, untrue.

They’re saying things that aren’t true, like, “A lot of this is rumor.”

In the case of this shooting, many people on social sites are saying that the shooter is an armed former Marine.

This isn’t true.

However, they’re also saying that there’s an “unknown” gunman in the background.

Many people on Twitter are saying the shooter “went to the movies.”

They’re not talking about the gunman.

They say that they saw a person on the street, and saw a gun.

While this is a good start, it is incomplete.

Let’s be clear: There are no “unknown gunmen.”

What is a mass shooter?

A mass shooter is a person who commits multiple, highly targeted, mass shootings.

They typically happen in high-security places, like schools, theaters, and

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