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It’s important to pay attention to the messages that we learned growing up that we might unconsciously pass onto our own kids.
Worried parent’s question: “What if I’m supervising kids on the schoolyard and someone starts shooting at the kids?”
In an active shooting event, most of the time, if possible, the safest thing to do is to get children and yourself away from the attacker and to a safer place.