In June 2018, a Massachusetts mom named Georgy Cohen was visiting her child’s kindergarten class when a poster on the chalkboard caught her eye.
At first, the nursery rhyme, which was written in bright colors, looks like your standard children’s poem. But when Georgy read the poem carefully, she was shook. “This should not be hanging in my soon-to-be-kindergartener’s classroom,” she wrote on Twitter along with an accompanying photo of the poster.
As you’re about to see, this “nursery rhyme” hangs on the wall of the classroom to help prepare the kids for a lockdown, should the unthinkable take place. There have been 23 school shootings in the United States, and it’s only June. And according to the…
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