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elehhhhna

(32,076 posts)
Sat Mar 24, 2018, 11:43 AM Mar 2018

Our nephew's first school lockdown (not a drill) happened when he was SIX.


He's eleven and a happy Australian now. Thank god.

Our daughter as a TA last year had mandatory training on active shooter measures at in our campus carry state.

Enough.
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Our nephew's first school lockdown (not a drill) happened when he was SIX. (Original Post) elehhhhna Mar 2018 OP
A friend posted that at a school I work at as a substitute teacher kimbutgar Mar 2018 #1

kimbutgar

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1. A friend posted that at a school I work at as a substitute teacher
Sat Mar 24, 2018, 12:02 PM
Mar 2018

That they had an active student shooter drill in the elementary school. The k-2 special ed had to participate. A lot of those kids were confused and scared. I was out of town and read her post and got teary eyed. I know these kids and felt angry and sad they had to do this.

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