Kingsbury students ShakeOut for safety

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Kingsbury High School and other schools in the Shelby County Schools district participated in The Great ShakeOut national earthquake drill on Thursday, Oct. 18.

Assistant Principal Nora Jones announced around 10:15 am that students would take part in the national drill. She explained that Memphis is located along the New Madrid Fault line and it’s important that students understand how to remain safe during a potential earthquake.

The drill serves as one of the two minimum earthquake drills Tennessee schools are required to hold each school year.

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