USD 250 Trains for Shooter Response

USD 250 Trains for Shooter Response

USD 250 – Pittsburg, KS

As teachers head back to work, they are being trained on ALICE, a shooter response program designed to help individuals make decisions that increase survival rates in the event of an active shooter. “All of these things we would talk about openly and honestly with the kids,” said Chris Garzone, an assistant principal at Pittsburg High School and is responsible for the district’s crisis plan and procedures. Read more

August 14th, 2014|