Classes are back in session at the Cleveland high school where a 14-year-old student went on a shooting rampage last week.
Police say Asa Coon wounded two students and two teachers before killing himself.
On Oct. 16, community leaders and civic organizations formed a "human pathway" outside the entrance to the high school, cheering and applauding as the students and faculty entered.
Additional security measures have been put in place, including an armed security guard and a new metal detector.
One student says he's going to be more comfortable with the metal detectors in place.