Unannounced Live Shooter Drill at Ore. School Terrifies TeachersMikael Thalen
May. 03, 2013
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Teachers at Oregonís Pine Eagle Charter School were shocked when two masked men burst into the faculty meeting room last Friday and opened fire.
Luckily students were at home while only school staff attended the in-service day. The shooters turned out to be school employees shooting blank rounds to test the reaction from the 15 teachers present. The drill, which was planned ahead of time, was kept secret from all teachers on the receiving end.