It has now been two months since the devastating shooting in Parkland Florida, where 17 students and staff at Stoneman Douglas High School lost their lives. The impact of the shooting has obviously been widespread, with survivors rallying for gun reform, and many young adults threatening to repeat the actions of Nikolas Cruz. According to a report by USA Today’s Wisconsin branch in the 30 days following the shooting, there were over 45 different school shooting threats, just in Wisconsin. The report states, “Wisconsin, already considered one of the top 10 states in school threats, appears to have joined a surge in such incidents across the country in Parkland’s aftermath.” The Lakeshore area was also affected by a threat, albeit just outside that 30 day window, when a potential threat was reported to be planned for March 23rd at Kiel High School. In an attempt to curb these threats, parents and teachers are encouraged to follow up on signs, from depression to an increased interest in guns.