First of all have you ever known how a 1st grader felt when a bad lockdown. I haven't until it did happen: the scariest day that ever happened to me. Well let me tell you what occurred that day.
A warm school day at Leo J. Leo Mission, Texas happened to be the worst day that ever happen. The intercom started to yell lockdown, kids started to hide so the teacher locked the door and moved some tables to the door.
So we all went to a corner. I followed them but didn’t know what was happening, because they practiced before but I hadn’t. I “asked’’ a kid what is going on. He told me that a lockdown is just a fake one. but I looked at the other kids and that’s when it began to occur.
They were crying. I wanted to cry but I was so scared to. The police were running, yelling at the bad guys to stop and to come out safely and not to hurt any of the kids. Then there were gun shots all the kids were crying more and put their heads in their shirts, and it took hours from 11:30 to 1or 2pm but the cops got them.
So what I learned is that is in practice your drills and take them like the real thing, and that the teachers should get on the out doors locks. And ask for parent ID. Im glad that the schools are safe now.