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Ontario Middle School Participates In State Tornado Drill

Story By: Greg Heindel



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  Original Published: 3/5/2014

Ontario Middle School students behave perfectly during a drill that could save their lives. The sixth, seventh, and eighth graders participated in the statewide tornado drill at 9:50 Wednesday morning. Principal Julie Brokaw paged the students to tell them to go to their assigned places when the alarm in nearby Marshal Park sounded. Students on the second floor went to the first floor and all sat down against interior cinder block walls with their hands covering their heads. Brokaw is pleased with the students' response and wished them a good day when she issued the all clear. Ontario Middle School will have tornado drills again in April and May, along with its regularly scheduled fire and lockdown drills.

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