29.06.2018

Moving kids during high school

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What Exactly Are Lockdown Drills Teaching Kids? We routinely terrify and traumatize kids to spare them terror and trauma. This is the way we live now. Three South Ukiah schools locked down after a report of a man with a rifle near the church behind one of the schools. 10: Hiddenite Elementary school locked down after a nearby bank robbery. 10: Five Lake County schools locked down over two separate incidents, one involving a man wielding a rifle in his home during a domestic dispute, the other involving a student who brought a weapon to a middle school. 6:  James Madison Academic Campus put on lockdown after unsubstantiated report of a gun on grounds.

6, Fees College Preparatory Middle School locked down after police found a boy carrying a BB gun on campus. 5: Grunsky Elementary School placed on lockdown as a result of a domestic dispute in a nearby residence. 5: Kearsley High School placed on lockdown after someone calls in a bomb threat. 5: Lockdown at Laurel Woods Elementary School and Forest Ridge Elementary School.

4: West Orange High School on lockdown after a 15-year-old student shot by another student in face and abdomen. 4: Meadowdale High School on lockdown after unconfirmed reports of a student with a gun. 4: Lincoln Heights Elementary School locked down when a woman was shot in the neighborhood, and someone shot into the back of a school bus dropping children off. 4 : Wake Forest Middle School, Heritage Elementary School, Heritage Middle School, and Heritage High School all locked down after a robbery at a local bank. 4: Greenbrier schools on lockdown when parents of children in the district were involved in a domestic dispute off-campus.

4: All of Wingate University placed on lockdown after two people were fatally shot on a nearby street. 4: Rutland Elementary School on lockdown after man crashes car nearby and escapes from police on foot. That’s just a fraction of them. Dahlia Lithwick writes about the courts and the law for Slate and hosts the podcast Amicus. Every day in this country, a school goes into lockdown after a bomb or a gun threat, a neighborhood crime or domestic dispute, or a false alarm. We have convinced ourselves that there is nothing else we can do about the fact that children are not safe in school. I don’t recall any serious national public dialogue about lockdown protocols or how they became the norm.

It seems simply to have begun, modeling itself on the lockdowns that occur during prison riots, and then spread until school lockdowns and lockdown drills are as common for our children as fire drills, and as routine as duck-and-cover drills were in the 1950s. Let’s agree from the get-go that doing nothing in the face of lethal school shootings is not an option. There is no dispute that Sandy Hook taught us, among other things, that having plans and protocols in place when an intruder is hell-bent on killing children will save lives, even many lives. But as the list of lockdown stories above attests, many of the lockdowns in the last week occurred as a result of nearby crimes, local domestic disputes, false or ambiguous reports of armed individuals in the neighborhood, and runaway drug dealers.