Close First responders train at Canyon High School No one was injured, but the scene was very realistic as officers led a suspected shooter out during a training drill. James Keith, KENS 5:10 PM. CDT March 13, 2017 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST NEW BRAUNFELS - No parent ever wants to see dozens of sheriff's deputies, police, and emergency responders running in and out of their kid's school.That was the site Monday at Canyon High School in New Braunfels. No one was injured, but the scene was very realistic as officers led a suspected shooter out during a training drill. Comal County Sheriff's deputies and New Braunfels Police officers spent an hour looking for the designated shooter in the mock event. "It's a scenario, it's not real, but real training as real as possible so that if something like this should occur, we'll be prepared," Comal County Sheriff Mark Reynolds said. First responders from all across the area participated. Even students, who are out for Spring Break, played the role of injured victims. "The fire alarms were going off, we were trying to make it a very scary, real event," Haley Rubey, a student at Memorial Early College High School said. Haley played a role as an injured student into today's drill. She and her mother Lisa Rubey volunteer with the New Braunfels Community Emergency Response Team. "We try and teach people in the community to try and be prepared for basic emergencies and what it is is to take care of yourselves and then come and be able to take care of other people," Rubey said. "You don't want somebody to go out into an event where this actually happened and they have no clue what's going on," Haley said. Sheriff Reynolds said the scenario-style training also helps his deputies learn to work with other first responders. "We want to be in a situation where it's not brand new. We don't want to learn then. We'd rather make our mistakes today and correct them and be ready to go if it should ever happen," Reynolds said. Haley said everyone passed today's test. "And just knowing that we have people near us who are trained in this and are ready to help now, it's a great feeling," Haley said. © 2017 KENS-TV CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST JOIN THE CONVERSATION To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Leave a Comment TRENDING VIDEOS One of the biggest Spurs fans isn't even from San Antonio Family pleads for pleading for information that could assist in the investigation into the murders of their loved Abandoned church has become a haven for criminal activity Two killed, one arrested, one on run after southwest-side shootings Gunfire erupts near Lee High School and the search is on for the gunman Body found in Chick-fil-A parking lot identified 'Black and Boujee' teacher: "I would do it all over again." Fiesta: First night of Night in Old San Antonio kicks off downtown The food and festivities of NIOSA 2017 Around Town More Stories Fallen SAFD firefighter Scott Deem honored during… May 26, 2017, 1:09 p.m. Friend, fellow firefighter speaks on behalf of Deem family May 26, 2017, 3:38 p.m. Actor Jared Padalecki advocates for David's Law at… May 26, 2017, 2:18 p.m.