School officials want 'lockdown' practice
BISMARCK (AP) -- North Dakota schools already have regular drills for tornadoes and disasters, and officials say they should also practice school lockdowns.
A lockdown is ordered when an intruder comes into a school. Classroom doors are locked and the lights are turned off, and students are sometimes taken to another room.
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