The Broward School Board says a gun rights advocate won't be allowed to speak on the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School campus where a former student shot and killed 17 people on Feb. 14.
On Thursday, a Broward Schools spokesperson said "non-school sponsored, student-initiated guest speaker assemblies/meetings are not permitted to take place on campus."
Charlie Kirk had tweeted that he'd accepted an invitation from students to speak at MSD.
Kirk founded Turning Point, USA, a group that maintains a watchlist of professors it accuses of promoting leftist propaganda.
He was invited by conservative students Kyle Kashuv, who has met with President Trump, and Patrick Petty, whose sister Alaina was killed, according to a report by the Sun Sentinel.
Kashuv told the paper they'll meet off campus if they have to.