ASHLAND – A medical emergency triggered a shelter-in-place at the Mindess School in Ashland this morning, September 22.
The school “was put into a stay-in-place, due to a medical emergency,” round 10:30 a.m. said Principal Jenna Larrenaga.
“Ashland Police and Ashland Emergency Medical Services worked collaboratively with our staff and administration to ensure the safety of all students and staff,” said the Principal in an email this afternoon.
“During the stay-in-place, there was no stoppage. Students remained in their classroom, and teachers instructed normally. Even with the stay-in-place, your child may have seen an ambulance. At no time was any child witness to the emergency,” said the Principal in an email.
“Due to confidentiality, we are not permitted to disclose any further information,” said Principal Larrenaga.