Inquiring Photographer

How do you think students can keep schools safe from intruders?

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“They can do random searches and wand checks. And, lock all doors and move things in advance to their advantage.” ninth grader Kendra Houp said.
Photo taken by Ben Blackie

“They can do random searches and wand checks. And, lock all doors and move things in advance to their advantage.” ninth grader Kendra Houp said. Photo taken by Ben Blackie

“They can do random searches and wand checks. And, lock all doors and move things in advance to their advantage.” ninth grader Kendra Houp said. Photo taken by Ben Blackie

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How do you think students can keep schools safe from intruders?

“They can do random searches and wand checks. And lock all doors and move things in advance to their advantage,” ninth grader Kendra Houp said.
Photo by Ben Blackie

“There’s not much you can do. Just act when the time comes,” ninth grader Dylan McNelly said. Photo by Ben Blackie

“Wearing ID’s and keeping them updated every year. That way we will know if they don’t belong,” teacher Christine Johnston said. Photo by Ben Blackie

“I guess more searches and to be aware of surroundings,” ninth grader Nyje Burress said. Photo by Ben Blackie

“I think they can keep them safe by getting different hiding spots,” seventh grader Emma Barefoot said. Photo by Ben Blackie

“Don’t bring weapons to school. Or talk about shootings outside of school. To keep us safe,” seventh grader Jenna Vazguez said. Photo by Ben Blackie

“Not opening doors for the intruders,” eighth grader Ethan Clark said. Photo by Ben Blackie

“Not going in the hallways often, also getting cameras. And just being aware,” eighth grader Marcus Almeida said. Photo by Ben Blackie

“Putting metal detectors in the doors. And, putting more cameras by the doors,” seventh grader Jacob Keller said. Photo by Ben Blackie

“Getting security cameras and checking often. Also not having students open doors,” eighth grader Hanna McGuire said. Photo by Ben Blackie

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  1. kyle hite on April 26th, 2018 12:41 pm

    I agree in making the school safer. i love it here and don’t want anyone to be harmed:) <3

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