Randolph Board of Education Give ALICE Updates

Randolph Board of Education Give ALICE Updates

Randolph Board of Education- Randolph, NJ

Interim Randolph Schools Superintendent Jennifer Fano updated the board on the Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate (ALICE) training the high school received this week. Randolph Police Chief David Stokoe and Randolph High School Principal Deborah Ioso attended the training in the summer and took the initiative to bring it forward. The training teaches ways of handling active shooter situations. It teaches individuals to participate in their own survival while leading others to safety, said Fano. All five Randolph school principals were trained in October. Then, in November, the principals trained the entire administrative team, said Fano.”I thought it was very beneficial,” Fano said. “Informally, when that adrenaline was still rushing, the comments were very appreciative for this opportunity to think about the situation differently.””We were able to have the rescue squad play through different scenarios and the Randolph Police Department was very supportive,” said Fano. “The collaboration of this initiative has been exceptional.” Read more

February 15th, 2016|