Bomb response class offered
CONCORD — More than 100 local and regional educators, including some from Rindge and Greenville, as well as emergency responders are expected to attend a school bombing response planning course, according to a press release issued by the Division of Fire Standards and Training and Emergency Medical Services.
The half-day course will be held at the N.H. Fire Academy in Concord on Aug. 22. It will be presented by the Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, a training partner of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The training is provided at no cost to the school district.
The training is being offered to teachers, paraprofessionals, school administration personnel, resource officers, nurses and coaches from both public and private schools.