2nd Teacher In-service Day of the School Year was Packed Full of Safety Educational Programs
Have you ever wondered what Rose Hill teachers do on In-service Day?
This year on Monday, September 25th, certified staff participated in a Safety In-service. The day began with a light breakfast then into the auditorium for Suicide Prevention with the district’s Social Worker Michelle Neal.
RHPD Officer Matt Neal followed and went over Drug Recognition and Evaluation (DRE).
From 9:30 – 11:00 a.m., staff watched and listened to Kansas Active Shooter Mitigation (KASM) Program conducted by Kansas Highway Patrol Officer Chad Crittenden.
In the main gym, staff witnessed a 15 minute presentation of a police response to an intruder by the Rose Hill Police/Butler County Swat Early Response Team (ERT). There was a debriefing and question session afterwards.
Lunch was catered from Louis’ (Meatloaf, BBQ pork, mashed potatoes w/brown and cream gravy, green beans, salad and rolls). An ice-cream social followed.
From noon till 2:00 p.m., staff members went back to the main gym for walk-up sessions on the following:
Defense throwing station
Emergency equipment display from:
Trauma First Aid
In conclusion of the day, staff watched a digital tattoo presentation by Jason Johnson. The presentation covered how information on the Internet will remain forever and how students today don’t understand how this could affect their future.
Thanks to the many emergency responders, guest speakers, administration and staff who helped make this Safety In-service successful!