UPDATE March 7 8:36 a.m. \u2014 The school security informations session originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 7, has been postponed to Thursday, March 8 due to the expected winter storm. Original story continues below\u00a0 Original story March 1, 11:25 a.m. \u2014\u00a0Something feels different in the response to the latest school shooting in Florida. The response has a different feel, for reasons that First Selectman Vicki Tesoro and others can only hypothesize on. \u201cI don\u2019t know why, but there is this feeling that maybe we have reached a tipping point where enough is enough,\u201d Tesoro said Tuesday. \u201cThis seems to have really struck a chord in people.\u201d In response to the Florida shootings, communities across the country have begun organizing, with community gatherings and student demonstrations. Both types of events are happening in Trumbull, too, with a school security information session March 7 at 7 p.m. at Madison Middle School. Trumbull High also is planning a student demonstration March 14 on the school\u2019s football field. Tesoro speculated that the national response to the Stoneman Douglas High School shootings, in which 17 people died, could be due to a number of factors. It occured in a high school in an age when students have access to social media. The well-known Columbine High School shootings, in which Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris murdered 13 students, took place before the Internet was as pervasive as it is today. The more recent Sandy Hook massacre targeted much younger children. \u201cI think the fact that students inside the school were using social media to describe the scene, and sending out videos and goodbye messages to their parents, it really brought it home in a way that every parent could think about what it would be like to send their child to school, and then a few hours later get that kind of text message from them,\u201d Tesoro said. \u201cPeople have the sense that we can\u2019t let this keep happening.\u201d The March 7 session is primarily intended to allow students and parents to voice their concerns and pose questions to town and school officials and police Chief Michael Lombardo. Parents will have a chance to get information, though some information will be intentionally vague, so parents should not expect to be told where the security cameras are located or to learn the details of the police department\u2019s response plan. At the high school level, students and staff are collaborating on a planned demonstration March 14. Student posts on Instagram under the name we_speakout promise a \u201cthoughtful, engaging demonstration to bring attention to the national conversation surrounding acts of gun violence in schools.\u201d Students will walk out of class to the football field, where they will hear from public officials, other students, and those affected by tragedies. \u201cWe will have the chance to reflect on how our community can come together to ensure that our schools are secure, and that our lawmakers hear the voices and opinions of everyone they represent,\u201d according to the post. School officials, including Superintendent Gary Cialfi and Principal Marc Guarino, confirmed the event but said details were still be arranged. More information when available.