School armed with rocks will get more security

School armed with rocks will get more security

But one school district in Pennsylvania has made a decision to try a new tactic of their own. "It can maybe help prevent events like Parkland." said Tiffany Su, East High School student. "If an armed intruder attempts to gain entrance into any of our classrooms, they will face a classroom full students armed with rocks and they will be stoned", said Helsel, testifying to the House Education Committee last week in Harrisburg.

"I think we have a great staff and a great group of students that are doing a great job, so I wish we were talking about that than rocks", Helsel said.

"This is a sad commentary on our current situation in our nation but we want to do everything we can possibly do at this time to help our students' safety and ensure their safety".

"All classrooms have buckets of river stones that students and faculty can throw at an intruder as a last level of defense against intruders", he wrote. "Students shouldn't feel scared to go to their own school", Tellier said. There's no Get Out of Jail Free card, though: The quizzes will happen next week, Little said. Also, where are kids supposed to hide their weed and cigarettes and I guess vape pens if they have a clear backpack?

The superintendent provided BuzzFeed News with an image of some of the river rocks that have been collected and stashed in buckets in each of his school's classrooms.

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In the past, students were told to lie on the ground and hide under desks, he said. The alleged incidents were said to have occurred in the 1990s or before; a later letter from Tompkins said they extended back as far as the 1960s. ALiCE stands for Alert, Lock Down, Inform, Counter and Evacuate.

Let's repeat that for clarity: A Pennsylvania school district... has come up with the idea... of arming its students... with rocks... so that they can defend themselves... against the threat of potential school shooters.

A teenager who is a senior a Blue Mountain High School and says he and other students like that plan. "We're just asking them that they secure them in their lockers once they're here". Then physical barricades are put into place.

But if the intruder gets near a certain class, they should bolt the door and arm themselves with one of the stones. One of the proposals on school safety by the Trump administration is for states to provide firearms training for school staff.

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