But many students aren't thrilled with the mandatory see-through backpacks.
The musician started firing shots at the student activists last week on The Joe Pags Show, calling them "mushy brained children who have been fed lies" who "will cause more death and mayhem" if they get what they want.
Interesting comparison, Theodore - because if a pterodactyls were swooping in and killing dozens of students every few months, would the NRA not immediately obliterate them to extinction?
"Feminine hygiene products that we need, we have to carry with us", said student Kacey Bartley.
Many students from Stoneman Douglas have deftly harnessed social media to criticize and call for change in US gun policy since the massacre, using it to organize the "March for Our Lives", where hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated in support of legislation restricting access to guns.
"The teachers have the students' interests at hand", Pittman said. He even flew to Washington, D.C, with some of his students for the March for Our Lives gun-reform protest on March 24.
"My new backpack is nearly as transparent as the NRA's agenda, I feel sooo safe now", Hogg tweeted.
Metal detecting wands are planned but those aren't ready and district officials haven't given a date for when they will be implemented.
Parkland students must now carry clear backpacks after the school shooting — but they don't think it solves anything
"I feel that the police there is helping us a little, but it's too overwhelming", Sutton said. "Now more than ever, it is time to represent the diversity of our school, and the diversity in the world".
Students will also be issued identification and lanyards to wear them by the end of the week, Thompson said.
The new measures were announced soon after the attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High.
"It is very hard to balance both convenience/privacy with safety/security; if there is more of one, the other often suffers, but I will do my best to balance the two", he wrote.
Tuesday was better, he said, although acts of defiance against the measures from students on campus have dominated much of the discussion on the ground and on social media.
"Tomorrow we will have to go through security checkpoints and be given clear backpacks, my school is starting to feel like a prison", Chadwick tweeted.
The new regulations come six weeks after former student Nikolas Cruz entered the school on Valentine's Day armed with an AR-15 rifle. They were provided by Broward County Schools.