Chaska High School Gives Teachers a New Tool in Case of Emergency

Posted at: 11/12/2013 4:21 PM
Updated at: 11/12/2013 6:26 PM
By: Joe Mazan

 Chaska High School hopes to give teachers a new unique tool in case of an emergency.

They're being called "Classroom Go to Buckets." They'll be filled with items water, granola bars, along with first aid items that can help teachers and students during an emergency situation.

The school came up with the idea after students were placed under lockdown for two hours because of a threat earlier this year.

Each classroom will have a bucket, they cost about $20, and the entire project was paid for through a $2,000 donation.