The group learned about A.L.I.C.E.; which stands for alert, lockdown, inform, counter and evacuate.
Police officers were given information to aid them in the event a shooting should take place at a local school.
Teachers were instructed on best practices to keep themselves as well as students safe.
"It's important because active shooters have become so prevalent in our society over the last several years. Our training needs to catch up to what's happening. Give them the tools so that teachers and educators can make decisions based on real time information."
Another A.L.I.C.E class is planned Friday at the Monroe Public Safety Building.