MillCreek Township School District in Pennsylvania has released a plan for teachers to protect themselves and students from shooters: Baseball Bats. The District’s Superintendent felt he needed to take action after the lethal Parkland shooting in February and he devised a plan.
All 500 teachers of the District will be armed with a bat and have a day of training in their TROJAN program. This stands for Threat assessment, Run, Obstruct and barricade, Join forces, Attack, and Never give up.
The district bought about 600 bats at a cost of $1,800. The bats will be placed in areas throughout the school, reports USA Today.