Building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to be torn down

At Least 17 Dead, More Than A Dozen Injured In Florida High School Shooting

PARKLAND, Fla. — Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School won't return to the building where Nikolas Cruz is accused of shooting into classrooms, killing 17 people on Valentine's Day, according to a reporter for CBS4 News in Miami.

The building, which is one of several on the campus, will be torn down and replaced with a memorial, assuming the school district receives funding from state lawmakers, reporter Jim DeFede said in a series of tweets Friday afternoon.

Roughly 900 students attended class in the building, and the school is already at capacity, according to the report.