Jan 30, 2013 6:44 PM by Andy Koen

Florence teachers train for school shooter scenario

FREMONT COUNTY - All of the teachers in the Fremont Re-2 school district are participating in training to know how to respond in the event of a school shooting.

Superintendent Rhonda Vendetti and Florence Police Chief Mike DeLaurentis orchestrated the training in response to the growing number of violent incidents at American schools.

In the coming weeks, officers from the Florence P.D., Fremont County Sheriffs Office and other nearby agencies will walk through each of the schools in the district to familiarize remarks with the layout of each building.

There will also be a mock drill held in which law enforcement and school employees will participate.


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