As a volunteer lunch lady at my daughter’s elementary school I’ve had a good look at the security arrangements. Simply put, I’m not comfortable with the level of active shooter prevention. Many of the best practices recommended in the NRA’s excellent [and ignored] post-Newtown National School Shield report are obvious by their absence. I’m taking a walk softly approach, waiting until I’ve established credibility with the principal before raising the subject. Meanwhile, my daughter and I have discussed her options during an active shooter scenario and let’s just say Sandy Hook proved that “shelter in place” has its limits. For our reproductive or adoptive readers, what’s the active shooter security situation at your sprog’s school? Have you discussed prevention or response with the school, other parents and/or your kids? How did you broach the subject?