Firth school board hears about school security

Firth School District Superintendent Sid Tubbs presented ideas for security in the Firth School District at the school board meeting on Thursday evening.
By: 
LESLIE MIELKE
Staff Writer

Security was the top issue discussed at Firth School District school board meeting on Thursday evening.
Firth Superintendent Sid Tubbs explained that last Monday, sheriff officers from Bingham County and some from Bannock County, presented an intruder assembly at Firth High School and Firth Middle School. The assembly lasted one and one-half hours.
"Discussed was Run, Hide, Fight." Tubbs said. "Officers discussed what the police roll would be, how they would go about cleaning the building and checking to make sure the students are safe. It was a very positive experience."
Officers did a lock down at the middle school. Kids were in their classrooms. Officers would knock the door to talk with the teacher. They would look into each room to check where the kids were and make suggestions.
To read the full story, see it in the Saturday, March 10, edition of the Morning News.

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