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    carried at school. Students should be allowed to carry phones in school because of safety reasons, a useful tool, and an emergency. The first reason why phones should be allowed to be carried is for emergency purposes. If there's a fire, shooting, lockdown, bomb threat, you want to ensure your safety by calling 911 or even your parents. Most of the times these are just drills, but what if one day it is not. Also if your parents need to contact you. Like for example, if there is a death in your family

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    be carried at school. Students should be allowed to carry phones in school because for safety, a useful tool, and an emergency. The first reason why phones should be allowed to be carried is for emergency purposes. If there's a fire, shooting, lockdown, bomb threat, you want to ensure your safety by calling 911 or even your parents. Most of the times these are just drills, but what if one day it is not. Also if your parents need to contact you. Like for example, if their is a death in your family

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    Lockdown Book Report

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    Lockdown by Walter Dean Myers is a novel that will keep you on your toes. Inspiration, courageousness, nervousness, and depression are all the emotions you feel while reading Lockdown. A topic based around someone making a mistake and ending up in jail isn’t easy to digest, but when the prisoner is only fourteen it’s unbelievable. While reading this book it was quite obvious Walter Dean Myers arranged a lot of research for this novel, it was written very well and full of facts. Hearing stories of

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    minorities are target for every minimal action and/or crimes, which is a cause to be sentenced up to 50 years in jail. African Americans and Latinos are the ethnic minorities with highest policing crimes. In chapter two of Michelle Alexander’s book, The Lockdown, we are exposed to the different “crimes” that affects African American and Latino minorities. The criminal justice system is a topic discussed in this chapter that argues the inequality that people of color as well as other Americans are exposed

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    Love Lockdown Analysis

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    ESSAY Africa, Africans and African-ness can be signified in various ways. Some are more positive and others are stereotypical and harmful to those with an Afican identity. This essay will discuss the ways in which Kanye West’s music video for “Love Lockdown” refers to Africans and the female black body to express his feelings of love and hurt. This video was released in 2008 and was inspired by West’s break-up with designer, Alexis Phifer (Songfacts 2015:1). It was directed by Simon Henwood, who

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    Gordon Smith wrote the book, Lockdown : Escape From Furnace. I really enjoyed reading this book for a few reasons. One reason that I really enjoyed about this book was how well Gordon Smith explained certain aspects of his writing with great emotion and detail. Another thing I liked about this book was that he never ended a chapter without having me thinking what was going to happen next. He continually kept me engaged and interested throughout the whole book. Throughout the book, I also enjoyed

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    There were daily night events for the teachers to train them how to take down an armed person (FOX NEWS). But that is just one school. Preparing for a code red lockdown, students need to know what to do, teachers need to get training, and some schools need to get different procedures in order for everybody to be safe. When there is a lockdown in a school, getting in a room and securing the area is your number one priority. The steps that you need to do to secure the area is clear the hallways, barricade

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    life lessons that I went through are when my school was placed on lockdown, another experience is a club that I joined which helped really mature. Finally the other experience I faced in high school was that some of my friends that I had wanted me to join them in some bad situations but I kept myself out of those situations. The first interesting experience I faced with in my high school is when my high school was placed on lockdown in my freshman which put things into a good prospective by letting

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    The carnage at Columbine alarmed hundreds of schools across the nation and influenced schools safety practices greatly. In this present era, school shootings appear to be becoming normality in America. After the shooting, schools both locally and internationally have significantly increased their security procedures. There are many different upgrades that schools have implemented to help prevent further tragedies; metal detectors are used to detect weaponry on-hand as well as security cameras on

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    Sandy Hook Massacre

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    terrified of the possibility their kid could be next. The nation in return rose to action and changed to insure safety across America. The Sandy Hook Massacre affected the US tremendously, creating awareness, more school security, and a new effective lockdown procedure at schools. Nearly immediately after news broke out of the shooting, people asked how a man who was so sick in the head could get a hold of so powerful of a rifle. The nation however had no answer. Gun laws had been in question before

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    Drills may be annoying, but they’re very important. This building is full of teenagers. Everyone knows that teenagers freak out over every little thing. If we didn’t have drills then if there was an emergency getting to safety would be even more difficult and crazy than it is anyway. During fire drills we’re told to walk calmly out the nearest exit to one of the parking lot. Practicing this ensures that all of the students will be aware how to get out, as well as where to meet their respective teachers

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    for an unspeakable event if one were to occur. Lock down drills’ purpose is to help prepare students and staff by making everyone aware of what the plan is when there is an intruder in the school. It depends on the school, but in general during a lockdown drill the teachers lock the door, turn the lights off, and everyone sits in a corner

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    Stab Wound Case Study

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    a male Stab Wound victim walked into the Emergency Department triage with a severe Stabbing Wound at the base of his neck on the left side. Security staff conferred with E.D. Charge Nurse Robbie Phillips and placed the Emergency Department in a lockdown, Security Officers from both Squad responded and dispatched over Front and back E.D. entrances. Security Supervisor Thomas Mejia contacted the Orange County Sheriff 's Department at 1900 hours, Security Manager Richard King was informed by text of

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    and school officials should work together, creating policies requiring individual school and building safety plans, as well as district-wide safety plans that will serve as a guide to address the various safety needs in the school. For instance: lockdown procedures, evacuations, drills and safety protocols, and personnel assignments. This includes monthly drills that allow for practice and preparedness if an event

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    Forest. The phone rings leading us to an automated recording, “Police are searching the area in an effort to find the men who caused Monday’s bombing. Shots have been fired… a campus police officer is dead… possible bombs on the T…everyone is on lockdown.” Aside from the Blackhawks overhead, campus was inaudible; on every corner there are men with machine guns and snipers on top of our academic buildings. Eventually police

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    Sixties Oral History Paper The sixties have been recalled many times as a revolutionizing era, where America gained Her strength and Her individualism. The sixties were a time of self-expression and complex change for the United States of America. This period of change was very prevalent in many American lives. Sandra Cribb, a very close family friend, recalled what the sixties (1954-1975) met to her, and how this change in culture, politics, and technology, related to her life. Sandra Marie Cribb

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    For the 18th time, only 47 days into 2018, there has been an act of gun violence within a school. Yes, you heard me right, within a SCHOOL BUILDING. From events like this, the country breaks up into three groups: those who believe the country is safer because of people who carry guns on them, people who hate guns and think they should be completely outlawed, and those who think it’s okay to own guns, but laws and regulations need to be put into place on what kinds of guns can be purchased, and who

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    both boys were too young to go through harsh reality. Though Steve Harmon was found not guilty and has all of his chargers cleared, it was cleared that Kathy O’Brien (his attorney) had doubts about his innocence. Another novel Myers written was Lockdown. Lockdown is about a boy Maurice (Reese) Anderson has already spent twenty-two months in Progress, a juvenile facility for troubled youths. Reese desperately wants to be released from Progress. To be able to get released for progress he has a job where

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    Her Epic Journey There was a girl named Bumblebee that always fights for her kingdom. She is average height, wears a lot of yellow. She wears a yellow top, shorts, and shoes. Bumblebee has a lot of enemies that says that she doesn’t have the power to own her own kingdom and fight for her kingdom. She always goes to battle for her life and her friends. She has a lot of things that she juggles for when she is the leader of her castle. Her castle is the only one that has a gold flag that she got from

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    classroom, listening to the teacher talk about nothing important, slowly falling asleep. As the student were waiting for the bell to ring, a loud, frightened voice came over the announcement system. “EMERGENCY LOCKDOWN! EVERYONE LOCK YOUR DOORS AND GET UNDER YOUR DESKS. THIS IS AN EMERGENCY LOCKDOWN!” Everyone was frightened, but knew exactly what to do. They knew there was someone in the school that wasn 't suppose to be in there, and they were all in danger. As they heard footsteps coming closer to

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