Philly Middle-School Students Given 'Bulletproof Backpack' As Graduation Gift | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Philly Middle-School Students Given 'Bulletproof Backpack' As Graduation Gift

The graduating 8th grade class of St. Cornelius in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania got an unusual gift as they prepared to join the ranks of American high-schoolers - bulletproof plates for their backpacks.

The graduating 8th graders at St. Cornelius seemed unsure just what to make of their "welcome to high school" gifts.

As Fox29 reports, the "ballistic shields" were donated by a local company - Unequal Technologies, who developed the ultra-thin 10-by-12-inch plate that can slip into a backpack.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Can the alleged "adults in the room" in the Philidelphia Department of Education do no better than this, to protect their high school students?!?

This is a disastrous signal to send to kids on the way to high school; the district is pathologically unable to protect you from school shootings, so here's your bullet proof backpack.

Unbelievable!!

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