No one was supposed to leave their classroom during a lockdown drill at Charleston, South Carolina's Charlestowne Academy. So when some of his fifth-grade students asked to go to the bathroom, teacher Philip Frandino had them go in the trashcan. Girls held up their jackets around a girl who used the can, while other students stood facing the wall. And boys did the same when a boy used it.
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