Mass. schools prepare kits in case disaster strikes
'Ultimately we hope the kits will sit and gather dust, but if the worst of the worst happens, we'll have them to go' says the school assistant principal
By Jenn Smith
The Berkshire Eagle
DALTON, Mass. — In case of an emergency, classes in the Central Berkshire Regional School District will be ready to go.
The district's School Emergency Planning Council (SEPC) recently completed a yearlong project to fund and assemble emergency "Go-Kits" to put in every classroom and administrative office in the district's six schools as well as St. Agnes School.
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