Practice Makes Perfect

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Practice Makes Perfect

The Plymouth Fire Department arriving on August 28th, 2018 after the fire alarms were set off. Photo by Deena Kassem.

The Plymouth Fire Department arriving on August 28th, 2018 after the fire alarms were set off. Photo by Deena Kassem.

The Plymouth Fire Department arriving on August 28th, 2018 after the fire alarms were set off. Photo by Deena Kassem.

The Plymouth Fire Department arriving on August 28th, 2018 after the fire alarms were set off. Photo by Deena Kassem.

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  On May 25th, Wayzata High School students evacuated the school for what seemed like a drill. In reality, the pottery kiln had started a fire, creating significant damages. Although this was a significant incident at Wayzata, I think the more important detail to focus on was the response elicited by students and staff the second the fire alarm went off. Students took time to gather their belongings under the dangerous assumption that it was a drill. This incident made it glaringly clear that we need to emphasize the importance of drills, due

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