- 1 - Response To Any Emergency
- 2 - Staff Responsibilities
- 3 - Tornado
- 4 - Fire
- 5 - Hazardous Material
- 6 - Radiological Incident
- 7 - Assault / Fights
- 8 - Bomb Threat
- 9 - Intruder / Hostage
- 10 - Serious Injury / Death
- 11 - Student Unrest
- 12 - Suicide / Attempt
- 13 - Weapons
- 14 - Emergency Alert Stations (EAS)
- 15 - Crisis Team Members
- 16 - Warning And Notification
- 17 - Lock-Down Procedures
- 18 - Sheltering Procedures
- 19 - Evacuation / Relocation Centers
- 20 - Media Procedures
- 21 - Emergency Phone Numbers
- 22 - Additional Resources
UPON RECEIVING A MESSAGE THAT A BOMB HAS BEEN PLANTED IN SCHOOL
- Use bomb threat checklist.
- Ask where the bomb is located, when will bomb go off, what materials are in the bomb, who is calling, why caller is doing this.
- Listen closely to caller’s voice and speech patterns and to noises in background.
- Notify Principal or designee.
- Principal orders evacuation of all persons inside school building(s).
- Principal notifies police (call 911) and Superintendent. Principal or Superintendent must report incident to Fire Marshal and Police.
- Principal warns students and staff. Do not mention “Bomb Threat”. Use standard fire drill procedures.
- Direct students to take their belongings.
- Students and staff must be evacuated to a safe distance outside of school building(s). After consulting with Superintendent, Principal may move students’ shelter if weather is inclement or if building is damaged.
- Teachers take roll after being evacuated.
- No one may reenter building(s) until entire building(s) is declared safe by fire or police personnel.
- Principal notifies students and staff of termination of emergency. Resume normal operations.