Q&A: Maria Schildan

Maria Schildan, ROJH science teacher, will serve on the Student Care and Control team during Friday's mock disaster drill.

Ebony Harden

Maria Schildan, ROJH science teacher, will serve on the Student Care and Control team during Friday’s mock disaster drill.

Tasneem Isa, Video Reporter/Editor

Maria Schildan, science teacher at ROJH, is part of the Student Care and Control team during the mock disaster drill. Schildan discussed her thoughts about the drill with ”RO: in the Know.”

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

A: It’s a big responsibility, and I want to do a good job.

Q: How have you prepared for your role on the team?

A: Lots of meetings with the district.

Q: What are you nervous about?

A:  We don’t know 100 percent of what’s going to happen because we have never been in this before.

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

A: Military experience.

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

A: I work well as a team, and pay attention to detail.

Q:What is your opinion on the mock disaster drill?

A: It’s good to get ready for an emergency drill, good for students and teachers.

Q: How do you think how the mock disaster will go?

A: Busy and stressful, but Red Oak is going to do a great job. We will be just fine.

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

A: Most of the students have never been in a mock disaster, so it’s going to be good to keep them safe if it happens.

 

 

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