Tornado Safe Room Information
The Tornado Safe Room is owned by the Marshfield R-I School District and its first function is to provide protection for the students and staff during tornado and extreme high wind events during school hours.
Your official notification that the safe room is open will be through your NOAA weather radio. When a tornado warning is issued, the public can begin to enter the safe room. Again, we will be using the NOAA weather radios as our official notification system.
Below is a link to a Special Needs Form (physical impairments, special medical alerts, aid animal instructions, etc. to be completed and returned to Marshfield R-I School, 170 State Highway DD).
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Rocky Valentine, Assistant Superintendent of Operations, and District Safety Coordinator, at 417-859-2120 or email@example.com.
FEMA Safe Room Location:
- 650 N. Locust Street Marshfield, MO 65706 (Located between Daniel Webster Elementary and Marshfield Junior High School) Capacity: 1200
Marshfield R-I School District FEMA Tornado Safe Room650 N. Locust StreetMarshfield, MO 65706
TPZ-The intended tornado protection zone based on the estimated time necessary to reach the safe room after a warning has been given and the maximum capacity of the safe room, including the student body and staff.
Tornado watch-A product issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) to local authorities and the general public indicating that the conditions for the formation of a tornado are favorable. A watch is a recommendation for planning, preparation, and increased awareness (i.e., to be alert for changing weather, listen for further information, and think about what to do if the danger materializes).
Tornado warning-A tornado warning is a product issued by the National Weather Service (NWS) to local authorities and the general public indicating that a tornado is either imminent or has been reported. A warning indicates the need to take action immediately to protect life and property.