For the first time in decades, Pasco County Schools is updating its school response plan. School leaders teamed up with the sheriff's office to create new kid-friendly training videos.
The focus is on preparing students to respond to threats---like active shooters.
The district says it's moving away from the practice of huddling in corners. While the plan doesn't promote self-defense, it teaches students how to be more proactive.
Officials say it's tough to have these conversations with children, but they have to do it to keep them safe.