The subject of school safety takes top priority after last week's shooting at a Florida high school in which 17 people died. Officials in the Toppenish School District say a policy of arming administrators has been successful since it was implemented in the fall of 2014. Superintendent John Cerna says he's seen nothing but full support for the policy that allowed 18 different administrators to be trained and carry guns. Cerna will talk about the policy during an appearance on The Morning News at 7:15 a.m. Wednesday morning. Don't miss it.