Could doorstops protect students from potential shooters?

2022-05-28 01:50:50 By : lan fang

Tuesday’s devastating school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, has many wondering what they can do to keep students safe. Nightlock door stoppers have been available for nearly a decade and are credited with saving lives during Michigan’s 2021 Oxford High School shooting.

Missy Jenkins Smith was shot in the 1997 Heath High School shooting in Paducah, Kentucky. She says her memory of that day is sharp because she is reminded of it every single day as she can’t walk.

A mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, has parents in San Diego thinking about the safety of their own children.

Three Inglewood Elementary School staff members are being hailed as heroes after stopping a man who tried to force his way onto a Nashville elementary school.

When something like Tuesday’s mass shooting at a Texas elementary school happens, parents are left with difficult conversations with their children. Unfortunately, this is not an uncommon situation.

Some parents welcome the added patrols while some are concerned schools are looking more like prisons as schools and law enforcement increase security following the Texas elementary school shooting.

On the same day as a horrific mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, officials at a California institution found a loaded gun stashed in a

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"The police were doing nothing," a mother of students at the Texas school where the shooting took place told WSJ. "They were just standing outside the fence."

Uvalde's security plan outlines preventative measures that it says should stop "problems of violence, vandalism, disruptions, and fear."

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San Francisco’s Lowell High School, regarded as one of the best in the nation, is seeing a record spike in Ds and Fs among its first batch of students admitted in fall 2021 through a new lottery system instead of its decades-long merit-based admissions. Of the 620 first-year students admitted through the lottery, nearly one in four (24.4%) received at least one letter grade of D or F in the said semester, according to internal records obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle. Principal Joe Ryan Dominguez attributed the rise in failing grades to “too many variables.”

Texas law enforcement officials alleged Uvalde police chief Pete Arredondo decided not to send in cops because he thought no more kids were in danger.

Donna Independent School District Another Texas town was on the brink of disaster after authorities say a search of private home on Wednesday found an AK-47 automatic rifle and a “hit list” of students that would be targeted. The Donna Independent School District in Donna, Texas, posted a notice on its social media late Wednesday saying it had received “a credible threat of violence that is currently under investigation.” Local media outlets in the deep South Texas region reported that the power

"The staff members have been put on leave and the District will use all forms of available discipline up to and including termination."

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Authorities told the Times that the tactical team was forced to wait nearly an hour before they went in and shot and killed the gunman.

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