Students Scurry During Lockdown Drill

Teachers Follow Procedures Testing Emergency Preparedness

Posted: January 17, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Emily Poole, left, moves to lock and cover the classroom door Wednesday as her third-period class moves to the west side of the room during a lockdown drill at Fayetteville High School. Superintendent Vicki Thomas said the drills are required for all Fayetteville schools once a semester.

Students and teachers at Fayetteville High School participated in a lockdown drill during third period Wednesday, testing the school’s emergency preparedness in the event of an intruder.

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