$48M Michigan high school has places to hide in case of mass shooting
13 WTHR Indianapolis
Construction workers at the Fruitport School District in Michigan are working to finish portions of a major project that will be used by its staff and students.
New high school built in Michigan has pre-planned places to hide in case of mass shooting, and curved hallways with large cement blocks to obscure "sight lines." Schools designed with mass shootings in mind. The US is rotting from the inside out.
There are subtle places for students to hide, curved hallways with limited line-of-sight and areas of the halls that jut out for protection.
This is the epitome of accepting mass shootings as part of the American experience.