Almost 700 Grandview School District employees got shooter/intruder training the morning of June 3 at Grandview High School. During one of the drills, Grandview Police Officer Mark Harmelink (left) served as an intruder banging on doors as employees portrayed students and a teacher trying to stay out of sight in one of the classroooms.
Almost 700 Grandview School District employees got shooter/intruder training the morning of June 3 at Grandview High School. During one of the drills, Grandview Police Officer Mark Harmelink (left) served as an intruder banging on doors as employees portrayed students and a teacher trying to stay out of sight in one of the classroooms. Fred Blocher The Kansas City Star
Almost 700 Grandview School District employees got shooter/intruder training the morning of June 3 at Grandview High School. During one of the drills, Grandview Police Officer Mark Harmelink (left) served as an intruder banging on doors as employees portrayed students and a teacher trying to stay out of sight in one of the classroooms. Fred Blocher The Kansas City Star