Safety at high school
They explained that majority of house fires start in the kitchen, usually due to unattended stoves or ovens. The number one cause of house fires that kills is cigarette smoking.
One great inhalation of smoke can knock you out, making it impossible for you to escape from the burning house.
In the event of a fire, each family should have an escape plan. There should be two ways to escape from one room; most common are the door, and the window. Included in the escape plan should be a meeting place, so that everybody will know if there is anyone left in the house.
Every house should have a fire extinguisher by the kitchen and on each level of the house, easily accessible. Each house should also have smoke detectors. One on each level of the house and in the kitchen.
The high school would like to thank to Rod Behler; Chief fire fighter, Greg Sonnen; Co-Chief, Ron Grant; Safety Officer, Ed Holthaus, and Terry Cochren, for taking time out of your day to come and educate us on fire safety!
Two students in firemen's gear save "victim" Zak Waller.
First Psychology Fair held
Tabitha Sonnen demonstrates to Eric Daly how all the senses are affected when it comes to taste. All photos on this page by Carly Behler.