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Today at school, my son learned where the emergency exits are.

Today at school, my son learned the fastest escape routes.

Today at school, my son learned where he can stay hidden.

Today at school, my son learned that wasp spray can double as mace.

Today at school, my son learned how far the spray can reach. (In case you are wondering, it’s 27 feet.)

Today at school, my son learned where the wasp spray is stored in case he needs to defend himself.

Today at school, my son learned that the bathroom is one of the most dangerous places to be found during an active shooting.

Today at school, my son learned if he ever finds himself trapped in the bathroom he should turn on the faucets and try to flood the bathroom as best he can.

Today at school, my son learned once he floods the bathroom, he should break open the soap dispensers and spread the soap on the floor to create a slippery surface in order to deter the shooter.

Today at school, my son learned he should hide in a locked bathroom stall

Today, my son went to school.

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