At Caldwell County school Aug. 2, 2013, trainer Richard Wright, Jr., left,  and Trevor Pervine who was playing the role of shooter, worked with teachers during Active Shooter Survival Training. The two school staff members who are standing and moving are Debbie Howton, left, and Natalie Lacy. Photo by Tonya Clevidence of the Kentucky State Police.
At Caldwell County school Aug. 2, 2013, trainer Richard Wright, Jr., left, and Trevor Pervine who was playing the role of shooter, worked with teachers during Active Shooter Survival Training. The two school staff members who are standing and moving are Debbie Howton, left, and Natalie Lacy. Photo by Tonya Clevidence of the Kentucky State Police.
At Caldwell County school Aug. 2, 2013, trainer Richard Wright, Jr., left, and Trevor Pervine who was playing the role of shooter, worked with teachers during Active Shooter Survival Training. The two school staff members who are standing and moving are Debbie Howton, left, and Natalie Lacy. Photo by Tonya Clevidence of the Kentucky State Police.

Kentucky schools' response to Sandy Hook slayings is increased training

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