Since the Columbine shooting in 1999, students and educators from elementary to high school have learned to lock doors and hunker down in classrooms, or follow a protocol that urges them to take one of three actions: run, hide or fight.
For the upcoming academic year, Montgomery Co. schools are adding a new mandatory drill: training for active shooter situations.
“It is tragic and shameful that our nation has gotten to this point,” high school freshman Caroline Dwyer told board members, urging them install metal detectors and expand active shooter drills in schools.
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