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Lockdowns honor Sandy Hook victims --'We needed to be more comfortable with them.' 26 Jan 2013 (OH) Schools across the nation have been dealing with the Sandy Hook tragedy in their own way -- some by beefing up traditional security measures, others are weighing the pros and cons of arming teachers and/or staff members. For St. Bernard Catholic School Principal Susan Maloy, the shooting deaths inspired her to institute lockdown drills on the 14th of every month. It began Jan. 14 and is a way for St. Bernard to honor the 26 victims -- while increasing their own school's readiness. In addition to its monthly drills, Maloy also got St. Bernard’s staff and other local schools involved in ALICE [Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate] training, a step many schools across the nation are taking.