Help Enforce Safety at Tattnall County High School
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With the recent school shootings, I have become increasingly aware of my surroundings. Upon further analyzing Tattnall County High School, I've realized our school is not safe. Unlocked doors all around campus, not close enough monitoring of the front doors, and safety protocols not embedded into students are all examples of things that need to change at TCHS.
As a senior at TCHS, I can't remember ever doing an intruder lockdown, and very few fire drills over the past four years. A strategic and practiced plan needs to be in place so that students and teachers know what to do in case of an emergency.
The safety procedures at my school are important to me because a school shooting could easily take place at any moment. The shooting in Parkland, Florida left 17 teens dead. 17 children were snatched from their families without warning. Those 17 children could've been 17 students at TCHS. 17 of my classmates, friends, and even family members could be taken from me at a moment's notice. It's time to take a stand and be heard.
Students and staff members of TCHS should not have to worry for their safety. It's time for us to take a stand and be heard, so join me in making a difference not only for us, but for future students at Tattnall County High School.
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