Q&A: Sara Hosfield

Sara Hosfield, computer lab manager at ROJH, will serve on the Student Care and Control team during Friday's mock disaster drill.

Angelina Garcia

Sara Hosfield, computer lab manager at ROJH, will serve on the Student Care and Control team during Friday’s mock disaster drill.

Sheri Alphin, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

Sara Hosfield, computer lab manager at ROJH, is part of the Student Care and Control team during the mock disaster drill. Hosfield discussed her thoughts about the drill with “RO: In the Know.”

Q: What were your thoughts when you were selected for the Student Care and Control team?

A: I had already done the drill in 2002 at DAEP, only 60 kids, no problem. Now doing the drill at ROJH, 800-900 kids, I’m nervous.

Q: How long have you prepared for your role on the Student Care and Control team?

A: I have been preparing for 13 years.

Q: What are you nervous about?

A: Losing a kid. I want all my kids and others to be safe.

Q: Why do you think you were selected for this role?

A: I care about the kids here.

Q: What do you think your greatest strengths will be as a team member?

A: To do my job to the best of my ability and to keep all the kids safe.

Q: What is your opinion about the mock disaster drill?
A: Good, we will never know when it’s going to happen. But the teachers have been to many safety training and that is a high priority.

Q: How do you think the drill will go?

A: Good. I have the same goal as I do when I come to work as I do as a team member: to make kids safe.

Q: How do you think the drill will benefit students?

A: I think it will teach and expect them to take drills seriously as if they were real.

Q: Is there anything else I should know?

A: Wear your ID all day every day, especially on Friday [mock disaster day].

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