I am in countdown mode, when it comes to having children in the public school system. Based on the typical 180 day school year rule, after this week I have to send my youngest to class 341 more days between now and June of 2020. Like many other parents nationwide, the primary cause for my countdown is fear. While I can empathize with parents who are highly concerned with the possibility of an active shooter showing up in our high school, it is nowhere near the top of my list of worries. The problem is how we view the word “security” particularly in context with schools.