SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KRON) — Students at two Santa Rosa high schools have planned walkouts to advocate for more administrative and district attention to student safety, according to social media posts.

Students at Maria Carillo High School have planned a walkout Friday at noon, according to an event flyer posted on Instagram. Students from other schools, families and community members are invited to join the walkout, according to the post.

Students plan to meet at the upper quad near the theater stairs on campus, have a moment of silence for the student stabbed to death at Montgomery High School this week and hear student speakers. They will then walk down Rincon Road and back.

“This is no time for silence,” read the event flyer. “Join us.”

Students at Montgomery High where two students were stabbed following a fight on Wednesday have planned a walkout on Monday at 11:15 a.m. Students plan to meet at the quad and walk through the school’s hallways demanding changes to campus safety.

At the rally on campus Friday, students demanded that the school district do more to keep students safe. They also observed a moment of silence to honor 16-year-old Jayden Pienta who died earlier this week after being stabbed by another student.

An Instagram post for the event said the walkout is open to the public to show up on front sidewalk but not on campus.

“We don’t want change, we need change” read the flyer.

Olivia Cruz, a junior at Montgomery High, was with Jayden when he was attacked.

“My best friend came up to me and said, ‘he stabbed me!’ and I had his blood on me,” said Olivia. “He took his last breath to tell me he loved me.”

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Olivia said the school district hasn’t done enough to prevent violence on campus.

“They don’t care, that why my best friend got stabbed in a classroom, a place where we are supposed to feel safe,” she added.

KRON4 reached out to Santa Rosa City Schools for comment but have not yet heard back.