The on-site evacuation doesn’t require parent pickup.
Wayman said the school has worked with the district safety committee to develop safety procedures, and the drills allow them to evaluate and improve response skills.
“The goals of drills throughout the school year are to improve our ability to protect students, save lives, and reduce injuries,” he said.
The team plans to evaluate the drill.
“When we debrief with students after the evacuation, we will show a Standard Response Protocol video that will be posted on our M-CHS webpage as well as our Facebook page for families and students to view,” he said.
Wayman encouraged parents to call with questions and talk with students about the drill.