“Of course. Being a retired teacher, I’ve seen the whole evolution of terror in our schools. You want to educate your staff, and things have changed from year to year. If you have to get engaged, you have to respond with your best chance of survival.”

Hap Helfrich, Howard

“I think it’s good.”

Max Schonauer, Fredericktown

“I don’t know. If they’re not aware, their reaction would be more realistic. If they knew ahead of time, they might not react as they should.”

Renee Waggoner, Amity

“I would hope so. Shouldn’t that be logical?”

Pat Merillat, Mount Vernon

“As a teacher, yes. I can see why not, but fear ensues.”<Å/p> Haylee Truax, Mount Vernon

“No. It increases the reality of the response.”

Suzanna Hershberger, Fredericktown

 

 

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