- 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
STAFF OR STUDENT WHO IS AWARE OF A WEAPON BROUGHT TO SCHOOL:
- Notify Principal or teacher immediately.
- Tell Principal or teacher the name of suspected person who brought the weapon, where the weapon is located, if the suspect has threatened anyone or any other details that may prevent the suspect from hurting someone or himself/herself.
- If teacher suspect that weapon is in classroom, he/she should confidentially notify a neighboring teacher. Teacher should not leave classroom.
- Call police if a weapon is suspected, as viewed by a reasonable person, to be in school.
- Ask another administrator or staff member to join you in questioning suspected student or staff member.
- Accompany suspect to private office to wait for police.
- Conduct search with police.
- Inform suspect of his/her rights and why you are conducting search.
- Keep detailed notes of all events and why search was conducted.
- Notify parent(s) or guardian(s) if suspect is a student. Explain why search was conducted and results of the search.
- If suspect threatens you with weapons, do not try to disarm him/her. Back away with your arms up. Remain calm.