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1 Welcome Desoto County Schools Crisis Response and Emergency Management For Teachers

2 Cell Phones – OFF or SILENT (not vibrate) Cell Phones – OFF or SILENT (not vibrate) NO TEXT MESSAGING – reading or sendingNO TEXT MESSAGING – reading or sending Be respectful of each other Be respectful of each other Ask questions that pertain to the group Ask questions that pertain to the group Update your contact info (home & cell) Update your contact info (home & cell) Admin Notes

3 Agenda Outline Part I: Policy and Context Part I: Policy and Context Part II: Procedures Part II: Procedures Part III: Practical Application Part III: Practical Application

4 Part I Policy and Context

5 Superintendent’s Priorities 1. Safety 2. Academics 3. Extracurricular

6 References MDE School Safety Manual MDE School Safety Manual services/school-safety-law-manual-2009.pdf?sfvrsn=2 DCS Policy Manual DCS Policy Manual School Safety Plan (JGFB)School Safety Plan (JGFB) DEPARTMTENTS > SCHOOL SAFETY School Security Policy (JGFD)School Security Policy (JGFD) School/Site Addendum School/Site Addendum

7 Emergency/Crisis PlanningAwarenessResponse Earthquake Tornado Bomb Threat Police Action Flash Flood Chemical Spill Fire Ice Storm Terrorism Student Riots Bus Wreck

8 Planning Collaborative Collaborative Comprehensive Comprehensive Continuous Continuous Convenient Convenient 4 W’s (Who, What, When, Where)

9 Crisis Response Planning and Prep School Principals School /Site Addendum DCS School Safety & Security Administrator MDE School Safety Manual School Safety Assessment DCS Chief Emergency Management Officer DCS School Safety Plan

10 Awareness Principals & Staff Principals & Staff Pupils Pupils Parents Parents Public Public 4 W’s (Who, What, When, Where)

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12 Response (Crisis Response Team) Rehearsed Rehearsed Rapid Rapid Right Right Reported Reported 4 W’s (Who, What, When, Where)

13 Crisis Response Team (CRT) C - Communications C - Communications A - Accountability A - Accountability L - Logistics L - Logistics M - Medical M - Medical 4 W’s (Who, What, When, Where)

14 Part II Procedures

15 Principal’s Decision Matrix Emergency Event Lockdown Stay at Present Location Go to Designated Location Classroom Hallway / Gym / Cafeteria Evacuation Go to ON-Campus Location School Perimeter / Parking Lot Stadium Go to OFF-Campus Location Self (walk) Evacuation Assisted (bus) Evacuation

16 Administration Response Guide 1. Evacuation 2. Lockdown

17 Classroom Emergency Response Guide 1. Evacuation 2. Lockdown

18 (Back) RequiredDrills Fire/EvacuationLockdown Bus Evacuation* Bomb Search EarthquakeTornadoIntruder

19 How To… Department Department School Safety School Safety

20 Part III Practical Application

21 School Intruder Drill Who Who Anyone can initiate a lockdown by notifying others if there is an imminent violent threat …sight or sound of dangerous weapons or intruders. (Only school administration can initiate or terminate drills).Anyone can initiate a lockdown by notifying others if there is an imminent violent threat …sight or sound of dangerous weapons or intruders. (Only school administration can initiate or terminate drills). Everyone must comply with a lockdown order.Everyone must comply with a lockdown order. What What Lockdown as per DCS policy and procedures. (As able teachers should clear hallways and shelter students left astray prior to shutting their doors.)Lockdown as per DCS policy and procedures. (As able teachers should clear hallways and shelter students left astray prior to shutting their doors.) When When Immediately upon notificationImmediately upon notification

22 School Intruder Drill Where to go Where to go Hallway ► Classroom Doors Window Hallway ► Teacher between students and door Classroom 1Classroom 2

23 School Intruder Drill Why Why Hallway ► Classroom Doors Window Hallway ► Primary Area of Vision, Aim or Stray Rounds

24 School Intruder Drill How How You may determine to push a desk or a file cabinet in front of the door during an actual emergency for additional protection. desk Remember to ADD: A void being a target. Be aware and control regular access. Evacuate any immediate threat area and take as many people as possible with you. Remember windows as potential evacuation options. D eny access to where you are by lockdown and barricade if possible. D efend your students and yourself as a last resort. (STG) “Immediate Response to Armed Intruders,” Safariland Training Group (STG)

25 Triage Identify and sort most serious injuries from minor ones. Identify and sort most serious injuries from minor ones. Treat and evacuate in order beginning with most immediate need. Treat and evacuate in order beginning with most immediate need. Don’t bog down in systems and/or color codes. Don’t bog down in systems and/or color codes. First Aide (Triage) Kits are available. First Aide (Triage) Kits are available.

26 Is what I am doing or about to do going to improve student achievement? Safety and Security!

27 Questions? Questions? Comments


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