MD high school students armed with military-grade armor to protect against active shooters
At Pocomoke High School on Maryland's Eastern Shore, students are now armed with new military-grade armor donated by a company just down the street called Hardwire.
They develop, create and provide protective armor to our military and now civilians.
The shields are meant to be used to protect students in the event of an active shooter.
To outfit a school with 30 of the most protective shields we’re told it would cost 24-thousand dollars.