Firefighters are putting out a blaze at the public high school in Woodburn.
The fire forced students and teachers to the school exits Friday. The Woodburn Fire Department says the four-alarm fire drew at least five agencies.
Spokesman Nick Wilson confirmed to KGW-TV that everyone left the school safely.
"Well, I think it’s a credit to the way the high school and the fire department and police department and community in general has worked to make our high school safer. They have a plan in place and it’s shown to work this time. So it’s a good, good example."
Wilson said the fire started on the north side of the building.
Students were sent to the nearby Wellspring Center.
The school district asked parents to go there to get their kids -- rather than to the high school.