High winds and heavy rains knocked down trees and power lines across the ArkLaTex Tuesday, but no injuries nor any major damage was reported. While there wasn't a lot of damage left by the storms, there there were a number of scares at ArkLaTex schools. Green Oaks High in North Shreveport went into lockdown and tornado warning mode when workers on the roof spotted a funnel cloud nearby. The twister did not touch down and things soon returned to normal. And in Plain Dealing in Bossier Parish, another tornado scare. Assistant Principal Harriet Johnson doesn't always say a prayer at 1pm every afternoon, but after hearing word of possible tornadic activity heading towards Plain Dealing, “tornado mode” kicked into full gear. “When we heard that it was closer possible to Plain Dealing we allowed everyone to come down stairs on the main floor,” Johnson said. Just as the three hundred students have practiced on a monthly basis, the drills paid off and the students, realizing the gravity of the situation, listened to teachers and administrators. “They realize this is serious and it was tough because we were down for a while.” Three hours later, it was all over. Johnson says a constant regimen of drills and teamwork is responsible for being prepared for the worst, whenever that may come.