GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4)– The Greeley-Evans School District is preparing for the worst case scenario as a new oil and gas well is being built near a school in Weld County.

Once complete, the well will be seen from the playground at Bella Romero Academy.

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School officials are working on a plan to keep children safe in case any sort of accident happens at the site.

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It’s the type of problem that school officials have already faced at another school.

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“Last fall we had to evacuate the stadium during a football game because of a leak at a well near that site,” said Theresa Myers from Greeley Evans School District 6.

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The district will finalize its response plan by the start of school in the fall, complete with drills for students and staff.

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The well should be completed later in the Spring.