This great idea comes from Brockton Public School District which is south of Boston.
From the YouTube video description: “Brockton school and city officials teamed up with Lowe’s to create classroom emergency kits at the Lowe’s in Brockton on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018. Each emergency kit includes a 5-gallon bucket, a wooden doorstop, a 1-pound hammer, a 50-foot length of rope and a roll of duct tape.”
The tools are to help students barricade themselves in their rooms during a emergency school shooting.
Another school providing a false sense of security.
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