+1 By Kylee Johnson
Usually at around 8:20 a.m. on Fridays, students are sitting in classrooms taking quizzes, learning something new, or they’re still waking up. But this Friday was a little bit different; they learned about the new emergency procedures firsthand.
Lincoln High Resource Officer Chassidy Jackson was in line-up when she received critical information that would put Lincoln High into Lockout.
“There was a lockout this morning in regards to a domestic assault disturbance that went on a couple blocks away,” Jackson said. “We had gotten information that the person responsible had …