“The public should expect to see a large law enforcement and first responder presence at GCHS. Please do not be alarmed or call central dispatch to report an incident at GCHS during the drill on Aug. 11,” said the news release. The training will be the first part of a multiple training process. The initial exercise will familiarize responders with the school and provide an opportunity to solidify a collaborative response plan. Subsequent training exercises will include a full-scale scenario response as well as a reunification exercise.
“The Grand County School District and public safety agencies appreciate the public’s understanding and patience as they participate in this vital emergency response training. As always, the safety of our children is our top priority. The district asks that those with questions direct them to the Superintendent’s office, (435) 259-5317,” said the news release.