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Schools to train for active role in survival
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MONROE - The Monroe school district will be taking a new approach this year to possible situations involving a dangerous person in school buildings. Over the summer, 11 district employees - all administrators - received training for a program called "A.L.I.C.E." ALICE teaches individuals involved in an attacker situation, such as a school shooting, to take a more active role in their survival, rather than the standard school lockdowns.