Olympian file photo: School safety expert Jesus Villahermosa tells the students and staff at Olympia High School in September 2015 the best ways to survive a school shooting. One tip he offered is to zigzag while running from a shooter. “Who cares if you look weird?” he said. “You’ll be weird and live.” Villahermosa is offering a free training session for parents and community members in North Thurston Public Schools on Tuesday night.
Olympian file photo: School safety expert Jesus Villahermosa tells the students and staff at Olympia High School in September 2015 the best ways to survive a school shooting. One tip he offered is to zigzag while running from a shooter. “Who cares if you look weird?” he said. “You’ll be weird and live.” Villahermosa is offering a free training session for parents and community members in North Thurston Public Schools on Tuesday night. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Olympian file photo: School safety expert Jesus Villahermosa tells the students and staff at Olympia High School in September 2015 the best ways to survive a school shooting. One tip he offered is to zigzag while running from a shooter. “Who cares if you look weird?” he said. “You’ll be weird and live.” Villahermosa is offering a free training session for parents and community members in North Thurston Public Schools on Tuesday night. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

North Thurston schools to offer crisis training for adults

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