Memphis Community Schools- Memphis, MI

Being prepared for an emergency situation, especially when children are involved, is important, and a program coming to Memphis will teach people to be proactive instead of reactive when something occurs. Memphis Fire Chief Justen Diaz told officials at a recent council meeting that Memphis Community Schools Superintendent Nancy Thomson asked him to take the training course so he could train police and fire personnel in Memphis. “This is more proactive and gives alternatives to any danger going on around the schools so you are prepared to be proactive if something happens instead of just reacting when something happens,” Thomson said. Read more