Life Saving Methods: Teacher Invents Simple Device that would Save Her Students from Any Gunman

Anything to protect the kids. This is a good option for a back up plan, but allowing teachers to carry on campus could prevent an attack all together.

After the rash of school shootings in the United States over the past decade and a half, some teachers have been taking action to think up creative and life-saving methods for keeping their classrooms safe.

Consider Celisa Edwards, a seventh-grade teacher at Dacula Middle School in Dacula, Georgia, who was profoundly impacted after the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults — so impacted, in fact, that she created a safety tool to help secure classrooms.

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“We don’t want an intruder to come on any campus. We want our children to be safe,” Edwards told WGCL-TV.

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