BALDWINSVILLE (WSYR-TV) - On the heels of the Las Vegas shooting, staff in the Baldwinsville Central School District underwent active shooter training on Friday.
The training was the second of a three-phase course provided by Armoured One. The company is made up of officers and veterans that show teachers multiple ways to survive an active shooter.
On average, it takes police eight minutes to respond to emergencies so that's the minimum amount of time you need to stay safe.
"I feel lucky as an educator I'm getting this training because in the event it does happen I will be able to save myself and my students," said Kallie Mathis, a high school teacher.
In addition to this professional training, the district does multiple active shooter drills every year.
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