SAFETY PROCEDURES DEFINITIONS
EVACUATION: Defined as an internal emergency that requires students and staff to leave the building for their safety. Parents should follow emergency notifications.
LOCKDOWN: Defined as an internal and/or immediate threat. All staff and students are locked in rooms. No one IN or OUT!
SHELTER-IN-PLACE: Defined as a safety precaution for an external threat that is not an immediate or internal threat.
CLASS HOLD: Defined as a safety precaution implemented during an incident where students need to be kept in the classroom.
RELEASE WITH CARE: Defined as a possible threat in the schools’ neighborhoods during arrival and release time. Release with care procedures.
- To ensure safety, the building administrator may ask staff to escort students to/from buses or waiting cars.
- Staff may also be asked to accompany students home.
SAFETY TIPS AND INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
Weather Related Information
- Bully Prevention Tips and Information for Parents
- OLWEUS: This program is currently used to supplement anti-bullying efforts in grades K-6
Cyber Bullying and Technology
Abuse and Neglect
Street and Road Safety Information
Coping with Tragic Events