Q&A: Joanna Baxter

Science teacher Joanna Baxter is serving on the Student Care and Control team during Friday's mock disaster drill.

Angelina Garcia

Science teacher Joanna Baxter is serving on the Student Care and Control team during Friday’s mock disaster drill.

Makayla Miller, Arts & Entertainment Editor

Joanna Baxter, science teacher at ROJH, is part of the Student Care and Control team during the mock disaster drill. Baxter 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 have been on the team for a couple years, and I was very nervous. I wanted to make sure that I didn’t mess up.

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

A: We had a couple of meetings, and I wanted to make sure that the students were accounted for.

Q:What are you nervous about?

A: I am really nervous about not finding someone

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

A: I can’t remember if I volunteered or if I was chosen

Q: What do you think your greatest strengths will be?

A: I want everything to be in order and I like to make sure that everything is very thorough.

Q:Is there anything else I should know about your role?

A:[During the mock drill] when there is a person down and hurt on the ground, I couldn’t help them and it was challenging to just leave that person laying there. But I had to call a person from the medical team.

 

 

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