Presentation on theme: "John H. Reagan High School 2013-2014. Why do we need a lockdown? In the event that there will be a security risk on campus we as all campus staff need."— Presentation transcript:
John H. Reagan High School
Why do we need a lockdown? In the event that there will be a security risk on campus we as all campus staff need to be aware as to the several different reasons. Reasons: Intruder, Active Shooter, community security, etc…
A intruder is a person who enters a building, grounds, etc., without permission. EVERYONE ON CAMPUS NEEDS TO HAVE SOME FORM OF VISIBLE IDENTIFICATION, NO EXCEPTION!
What is it? An Active Shooter is an individual actively engaged in any harmful activity and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims.
Individuals must be prepared both mentally and physically to deal with an active shooter situation.
Good practices for coping with an active shooter situation Be aware of your environment and any possible dangers Take note of the two nearest exits in any facility you visit If you are in an office, stay there and secure the door If you are in a hallway, get into a room and secure the door
ONLY TO BE READ VIA the intercom BY Margaret De La Rosa, Beronica Guzman, or Allen Krohn NO ONE ELSE CAN MAKE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT What will be said:“ This is (Margaret De La Rosa, Beronica Guzman, or Allen Krohn )lockdown, lockdown, lockdown, please follow the procedures”
During instruction, once the announcement has been made the teacher needs to immediately stop instruction place the students against the wall in which the door is located (same side as the door.) The object is to be in a position to where if someone was to look in the classroom through the door, you nor anyone in the classroom can NOT be seen nor identified by sound. In addition, the teacher needs to turn off the classrooms lights and stop using any type of communicating devices. All students also need to stop communicating/using communicating devices. No one should be talking ounce the classroom teacher has given the lockdown instructions. In the event there is any emergency, please use the classroom intercom and give clear information.
During the lockdown no one is to move from their current position nor make any type of noise unless there is an actual emergency. At no time should anyone open the door to their classroom nor their office.
Once the announcement has been made the staff member needs to immediately stop what they are doing place themselves in a position to where they cannot be seen nor identified by sound. The object is to be in a position to where if someone was to look in the office through the door, you nor anyone in the office can NOT be seen nor identified by sound. In addition, the office personnel needs to turn off the office lights and stop using any type of communicating/using communicating devices. Everyone is the office area also need to stop communicating/using communicating devices. If the office personnel observes a student and or students in the hallway during the announcement, the office personnel needs to bring the student and or students in their office. NO one should be in the hall way. No one should be talking ounce the office personnel has given the lockdown instructions. In the event there is any emergency, please use the office intercom/radio and give clear information.
During the lockdown no one is to move from their current position nor make any type of noise. At no time should anyone open the door to their classroom nor their office unless given the all clear via the intercom
Once the campus has been secure, ONLY TO BE READ VIA the intercom BY Margaret De La Rosa, Beronica Guzman, or Allen Krohn“ This is(Margaret De La Rosa, Beronica Guzman, or Allen Krohn ) It’s a great day to be a bulldog.”
We will have the following drills: Fire, active shooter, intruder, etc… School personnel will have a evacuation map for their specific classroom and or office. Regardless if it is a drill or not ALL school personnel need to treat it as the real thing.
THIS DOES NOT SERVE AS A TEST ADMINSTRATION IN- SERVICE
What will the students take this year? G/T,NNAT2,TAKS,STAAR,TELPAS,AP
Any new changes? HB5? STAAR? TAKS?
HB5-Assessments in Algebra II, geometry, English III, chemistry, physics, world geography, and world history have been eliminated from the testing requirements. As a result, the July 2013 STAAR administration will not include assessments for these courses. End-of-course assessments will continue to be offered in Algebra I, English I, English II, biology, and U.S. history
Students who have taken a required assessment – but have not yet passed – will still need to demonstrate satisfactory performance on that exam to meet the state’s graduation requirements. High school students who have to date passed English I or English II reading but not English I or English II writing (or vice versa) will still need to successfully complete the second test to meet graduation requirements. Existing state law does not allow the commissioner to waive a testing requirement. High school students who have not successfully completed a separate reading or writing assessment by that time will take the new combined English I or English II test.
1. Beginning in Spring 2014, the English I and II exams will measure reading and writing through a single assessment and students will get one score 2. For students who took the separate reading and writing exams prior to this date, they have to pass at least one of the two tests and get a combined score of 3750 across the two tests. If they do not meet this requirement by next spring, they will have to take and pass the new combined test.
3. The Phase 1 standard that was supposed to be raised this year, will be maintained for the testing cycle. 4. The performance standard needed to meet the testing requirement for graduation will be based on the performance standard in place when students take their first EOC test and will apply to all 5 required for graduation. (This was not the case before now. This simplifies the requirements greatly.)
Any and all students whom enrolled in high school at or before the 2010 academic school year are eligible to participate in TAKS testing, if the student has not passed any or all TAKS exams and needs to pass as a graduation requirement, then the student will take the TAKS test.