Shelter in Place

SCHOOL SAFTEY IS OUR PRIORITY

The Safety of Children Always Comes First.

A Lock Down will be announced over the intercom, as “LOCK DOWN” and no distinction will be made between a drill and an actual emergency. Teachers are to immediately lock their doors, take roll, and notify the office if a child is not in the room along with their last known location. All classrooms will be contacted within the first 5 minutes after lockdown has been called to confirm student safety. All teachers and students are to stay within the confinement of the room until an “ALL CLEAR” is announced. Under no circumstances are teachers to open their doors or let students outside until they get notification of the all clear. If you are in doubt contact the office for confirmation. If an actual emergency has taken place a parent​ ​note​ ​will​ ​be​ ​sent​ ​home​ ​at​ ​the​ ​end​ ​of​ ​the​ ​day.

For students who are caught outside, they are to proceed to the nearest classroom immediately. Teachers are to look for students outside while they are closing and locking their doors and allow students to enter. Immediately​ ​call​ ​the​ ​office​ ​to​ ​confirm​ ​the​ ​student’s​ ​location.

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A Lock Down will be announced over the intercom, as “LOCK DOWN” and no distinction will be made between a drill and an actual emergency.

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