Malibu High School's principal sent out a letter Friday, assuring parents of the safety of their children in the wake of a deadly elementary school shooting in Connecticut.
Malibu High has a plan to protect students in the event of an emergency.
Here is the letter:
By now, you may have heard of the mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school.
I would first like to take a moment to send our thoughts and prayers to all of the victims of this nightmarish tragedy.
For Malibu High School, I would like to reassure our parents that we have a detailed response plan for lockdowns in the event that it should be necessary. This plan is frequently reviewed and updated not only with Malibu High School staff and faculty, but also with law enforcement professionals.
To anybody visiting Malibu High School, please always be sure to check in with the office to receive a visitor’s badge. If you are on campus and you do not have a clearly visible identification badge, please do not be offended if a staff member directs you back to the office.
Please know that your child’s safety is our number one priority at Malibu High School and that we will take all reasonable precautions to keep students safe.
For full coverage of the shootings, visit Newtown Patch.