A MA kindergarten class is drawing attention for using a lullaby to teach students about lockdown drills.
This should not be hanging in my soon-to-be-kindergartener's classroom.
The new reality can be seen a poster of a lockdown song that hangs in a kindergarten classroom.
I'm only going to add one more comment to this: the school is doing exactly what they need to be doing, and I am glad for it.
As of Thursday morning, it had been shared more than 13,000 times, as people discussed measures that have to be taken to help protect children in the wake of school shootings across the country, including recent massacres in Santa Fe, Texas, and Florida.
The Somerville mother told The Boston Globe that she saw the "jarring" poster while touring a kindergarten in Somerville for her five-year-old daughter. "Lockdown lockdown it's all done, now it's time to have some fun", the rhyme, which parents noted was to the tune of "twinkle, twinkle", read.
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A United States mother has shared a confronting image from her daughter's prospective kindergarten classroom, showing the instructions for a lockdown drill put to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.
"I get it", she told the Globe. As she put it, "These are the things they unfortunately have to do".
Others on social media, said the poster left them feeling said how sad. Nine out of 10 public schools have students and teachers practicing lockdown drills, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
The 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in which 20 children between the ages of six and seven were killed, is the fourth deadliest mass shooting in the USA to date.
"Lockdown drills are necessary in this country because until stronger gun reform laws are enacted and the plague of gun violence eradicated, there must be systems in place to keep our schools and students safe", he said.
Officials went on to say that lockdowns are jarring and students know how unnatural the experience is, the Post said.