School Safety Drills

School Safety Drills

At MMSAL, the safety of our students and staff is our top priority. To ensure a secure learning environment, we conduct regular safety drills. These drills are designed to prepare everyone for a variety of emergency situations, including fire, severe weather, and other potential threats. Here's what you need to know about our school safety drills:


1. Types of Drills:


  • Fire Drills: We hold fire drills periodically to ensure that students and staff know how to exit the building safely in the event of a fire.

  • Lockdown Drills: Lockdown drills help us prepare for potential threats within or near the school. These are conducted in a way that minimizes fear and anxiety.

  • Severe Weather Drills: In areas prone to severe weather, such as tornadoes, we practice how to seek shelter and stay safe.


2. Frequency: We conduct these drills regularly throughout the school year, so everyone becomes familiar with the procedures.


3. Importance of Participation: Participation in safety drills is mandatory for all students and staff. It ensures that everyone knows how to respond in a real emergency.


4. Stay Informed: Be aware of the specific protocols and locations for each type of drill. Information on these procedures can be found in our school handbook and will be communicated by your teachers and staff.


5. Review and Feedback: After each drill, we review our performance and make improvements as needed to enhance our safety measures.


Your safety is our utmost concern, and these drills help us be better prepared in case of an emergency. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our safety procedures, please feel free to contact our administration.

Remember, preparedness is the key to safety. Thank you for your cooperation in making Michigan Math and 

Science Academy Lorraine a secure place for learning and growth.