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Safety Day Aug. 24

Macy McClish, Associate Editor

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Students will participate in safety drills Friday, Aug. 24.

Drills begin during second period with a lockdown, followed by a lockout in third period, and a newly modified fire drill in seventh period. Assistant Principal Blake Hurst is the coordinator of safety on campus.

“One of the things we’re going to do to enhance safety is not limiting ourselves to just this Friday,” Hurst said. “We’re going to have multiple safety days throughout the year. In years past, we’ve had only one safety day, so what we want to do is have at least three, maybe four.”

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Macy McClish, Associate Editor

Hey guys, I'm Macy McClish and I'm a junior. This is my second year on staff, and I'm so excited to serve as one of the three associate editors. I'm the...

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