WPHS safety update after ‘Code Red’ lockdown

Ohio County, Virginia, Wisconsin (WTRF) — Following last week’s “Code Red” lockdown at Wheeling Park High School, the Ohio County Board of Education addressed concerns about protocol and school safety updates at tonight’s meeting. .

Wheeling Park High School principal Meredith Dailer and the building’s public resources officer commended students and staff for handling the situation last Thursday, but the building is gun-free and has no security guards. I reassured him that there was no threat.

Principal Diler said the situation sparked a much-needed conversation, and that the most important lesson they learned was the importance of “seeing something and saying something.” rice field.

” In general, we are very grateful. It was a blast about social media. Anyway, we have to take these things seriously. We must protect our children as best we can. We have to make the best decisions with the information we have, but there are certainly things we could have done better.”

Meredith Dailer – Principal of Wheeling Park High School

Looking to the future, they are in the process of replacing all the doorknobs and key cores on all of the school’s doors.

In the future, if something like this happens again, we will issue a joint statement with law enforcement and block off-campus entrances during the lockdown to avoid confusion and further disruption, said Principal Diler.

https://www.wtrf.com/wheeling-park-high-school/wphs-safety-update-after-code-red-lockdown/ WPHS safety update after ‘Code Red’ lockdown

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