Names and descriptions changed for privacy.
2:18 p.m. ASSISTANCE NEEDED alert sent out by Rosa Dias (Teacher 1). Location: Main Building – 1st Floor
2:19 p.m. (Teacher 1): A student told me there is a garbage can smoking in the boys bathroom.
2:21 p.m. (Dispatch): Dispatch copies
2:22 p.m. (Principal): SRO is evaluating the situation.
2:48 p.m. Alert escalated to HALL CHECK by SRO Jake Peralta
2:48 p.m. (Dispatch): Dispatch copes
2:48 p.m. (SRO): I escalated the alert to keep kids out of the halls while I am dealing with the smoke.
2:49 p.m. (Dispatch): Copy
2:58 p.m. (Teacher 1): Raymond Holt is my student who discovered the fire. He has black hair and was wearing a yellow t-shirt. He came running back to tell me there was a fire. When you look over the camera feed look at about 2:18. That’s when Raymond came running to tell me.
2:59 p.m. (Principal): We have him in the office, thanks.
2:59 p.m. (Teacher 2): I have a student who is being checked out. Is it ok to send her to the office?
3:00 p.m. (Principal): Yes, just make sure and send them with a hall pass.
DIR-S enabled the School Resource Officer to assess the situation and keep teachers updated as the situation progressed. Doing this kept students out of the halls until the smoke cleared.