The Bay Village Police Department, the Bay Village Fire Department and Bay Schools teamed to conduct Crisis Response Training at Bay High School during the morning of Friday, March 9.
The high school was closed off to the public during the training session and signage was in place. There was no school for students that day due to a scheduled staff in-service day.
“Since 2012, the Police Department has been providing crisis response training to the schools, staff and students,” reports Bay Village Mayor Paul Koomar in a release to the community. “The training this week is a continuation of this awareness, education and preparedness. This training was planned long before the tragic incident in Parkland, Florida. However, the incident underscores the importance of our combined efforts to respond should such an incident occur in Bay Village.
“We appreciate our residents indulgence as we complete this sobering yet vital training.”
Photos courtesy of the Bay Village Police Department.