|Bomb Threat||[Sep. 20th, 2004|01:10 pm]|
Notice the time that I’m writing this at.
It was a normal school day, and I just had a Study Hall period first thing in the day. During ILA, we were presenting little interpretations of a short story. Suddenly, the Public Address System kicked to life and we were informed that the school had just received a bomb threat. Following school procedure, everyone evacuated the building and fled in an “orderly fashion” to the upper fields. The whole school was emptied out, and everyone waited in the fields. After about 30 minutes, the 10th grade piled onto buses.
The buses brought everyone over to KDE, a sports club. The gym was hot and loud, and I waited for my mom to arrive. She arrived after about 10 minutes, and my siblings and I went to McDonalds to eat. Now I’m back at home and playing around. What a day..
I’m still wondering if the bomb threat was false or not. It is possible that it was just a test of the bomb threat procedure, but why would there be no warning in advance? As long as the school has not blown up and turned into a pile of rubble, I think we’ll be heading back for classes tomorrow. Better start working. =D