In Michigan, Fruitport High School is being constructed to have curved hallways designed to minimize a school shooter’s line of sight.
An elementary school in Bergen County, New Jersey, has bought 50 bullet-resistant doors to the tune of $2500 each. It’s not like schools could put that money to better use.
Jefferson County public schools in Colorado, the same county where Columbine High Schoool is, asked parents to include kitty litter, buckets, and trash bags as back to school supplies. This is “a way for students to relieve themselves in the event of a prolonged lockdown because of an active shooter.”
So we’re expecting our kids to shit in buckets rather than doing anything about guns. Got it.
And before you talk to me about bulletproof backpacks, I already talked about that.