If you’ve ever been to a public high school, you know that the doors are closed.
They are locked.
That is, unless you have the right keys.
The Lock-It-Up movement has been gaining momentum in the United States, with more than 10,000 public schools across the country locked down or closed in 2017.
And while it’s tempting to blame the lockdowns on the government or a certain president, the reality is that many of these schools are locked because of a number of factors.
It’s important to understand that lockdowns aren’t unique to the United Kingdom.
In 2016, more than half of all schools in the UK were shut down, according to the University of Sussex, which found that the lock-downs were mostly due to government-led policies.
This doesn’t mean lockdowns have no place in the world of public schools.
For example, the locks at some public high schools in Germany have been kept open for more than 100 years, allowing students to go to classes and other activities without having to leave their school premises.
But lockdowns are not a universal solution.
In Canada, schools are often locked down because of the threat of terrorist attacks.
A few countries, including Australia, the United Arab Emirates, and Pakistan, are locking down their schools due to the threat from militant groups like ISIS.
Many of these countries are also home to schools that are part of the U.S. military, so it’s important that they remain open and accessible to students.
If you want to stay safe, however, you need to make sure you know where to go and what to do before your lockdowns take place.
To help you understand how to protect yourself from lockdowns and lockdowns, here are 10 ways to stay protected: 1.
Don’t leave your home to go out to school or to the gym.
While locking down your home may seem like the least of your concerns, it’s not.
Lockdowns can happen anywhere.
When a lockdowns is underway, your school may be closed because you or someone you know has been locked out.
You may have to call the police.
Even if you’ve been locked down, it can be hard to find your belongings.
If you’re not home, you can be more likely to find yourself in a bad situation.
“When a school is locked down people may not be able to leave the area to go shopping or to go on outings, for example,” said John Aitken, a criminal justice professor at Florida State University and author of “Lockdown: The Criminal Justice Response to Lockdowns.”
If your school is closed, you will likely need to call your local police department to get a map of the lockdown and the area where you were locked out and to report any suspicious activity.
Stay away from the lockers.
You’ll need to lock down your school to protect you from the potential lockdowns.
There are locks in every school.
Some schools have a “lock out” lock that can be opened only by a security guard or by students who have been assigned to lock the lockout doors.
Others have special locks for lockouts that can only be opened with special keys.
Some lockouts also have security doors that are only open by a staff member who has been assigned the lock.
Some lockouts are in buildings that are not accessible to the general public, and others are in high-rise buildings, which are not normally accessible to children.
Keep in mind that if you do lock down the school, it is important to leave your keys with a family member or someone who has a key to unlock the lock doors.
Know the locks.
Know where the locks are and what keys you need.
Don’t open the lock door without your key.
If the lock is locked, it should not be opened.
If your school has an “lock-out” lock, it must be locked before you enter.
Have your belongings and school supplies.
Bring any school supplies you may have with you to the lock down.
The locks are often set in the hallway, so keep your belongings in a safe place and bring them to the school.5.
Get a lock box.
Have a lockbox handy, even if you don’t have any lock keys.
You’ll be able make the lockbox available to students and staff if they need it. 6.
Check on your lock.
If a lock is still in place, ask students or staff to check on it.
If it’s still locked, go to your lock box and ask staff to open the door.
Have a lock picker.
Find a lockpicking tool, such as a lockpick, or a crowbar, that you can use to open lock doors and other locations.
Be careful with your keys. If someone