Armed Intruder Drill: Hearing from Assistant Principal

Addie Duling, Staff Writer

Assistant Principal Slade LaMunyon said the armed intruder drill went “very well” today.

LaMunyon said the teachers asked lots of questions ahead of time so they and the students handled it well.

“One thing I would point out, is that if we were faced with a real situation, I’m confident that we would move faster to get out of the building then we did during the drill today,” LaMunyon said.

The city requirement is to have at least one intruder drill each school year. A police officer has to be present to observe the drill and, depending on how the school year progresses, determines if BC will have another drill in the spring.

 “I really appreciate all of the teachers’ efforts and all of the students’ efforts,” LaMunyon said.