Cheyenne Participates in Safe Schools 101 Program

Cheyenne Public Schools Technology Director Wes Isch (far right) talks to architects and engineers during the Safe School 101 Program assessment. (Photo provided) Cheyenne Public Schools recently participated in the Safe Schools 101 Program. The program is sponsored by the Oklahoma Emergency Management Agency. Emergency Management members, volunteer architects and engineers along with school officials and local first responders toured the school structures and performed a visual assessment. After reviewing, a written assessment of the strongest areas of construction already being used as areas of refuge will be delivered to school officials. After the tragic loss of lives, including seven…

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