On Wednesday afternoon, a lockdown drill was performed at Wahama Junior/Senior High School as part of improving the security of Mason County Schools. Superintendent Suzanne Dickens, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent Jack Cullen and Director of Facilities Ruth Caplinger, along with several other Wahama staff watched the progress of the drill on the security cameras located in the main office before meeting with Wahama Principal Kenny Bond, Mason County Sheriff Greg Powers and the other participating officers to hear the results of the drill. Overall, it was noted the drill went well, with the officers finding the “shooter” after around 10 minutes of searching the school. As with any first test, there is room for improvement. It was noted that the officers had some difficulty with their radios inside the school and during the search there were a couple of doors left unlocked, a teachers’ bathroom and a teachers’ lounge.