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Operation Lockout

By: Luca Martinez

Staff Writer

On January 6th, the second day back from break, our school was hit with a period long lockout. From the naked eye it looked as if nothing had happened, but in reality, everyone dodged a bullet; figuratively and literally.

A man was found on the outside premises of the school by our parking lot attendant, and when notified school officers, they took swift action to search the man's vehicle and would eventually find a weapon. The man was arrested and later escorted by FBISD officers, who due to their vigilance, had spared any potential conflict from arising.

“Keeping students safe is our priority,” said officer Pocasangre, "but keeping students alive is our job.”

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