Student Jamie Ana said she was scared. “Yeah, a little bit,” said Ana.
“Nobody was hurt and the police, I think, their handling of it was exceptional. They were down here all day long so we felt really safe,” said Barr.
But parents are voicing concerns over the transfer procedures at the courthouse across the street.
“They just have to come up with a better solution. Why did that prisoner escape?” said Wolford.
“I was trying to listen to the radio, look on line to see what was going on and it seemed like all the information came pretty late,” said parent Corey Shibata.
For today though, it was business as usual -- with a little extra outdoor time.
“I asked the teachers to give the kids a few minutes extra recess because they were cooped up all day yesterday,” said Barr.
Voyager Public Charter School was one of more than a dozen public and private schools on lockdown or "high-alert" during Wednesday's manhunt.