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1 Crisis Management Team Meeting September 29, am

2 School – Based Critical Incident Response Team Principal: Mr. Williams Aristide Vice Principal: Dr. Edward Robinson Parent: Kenneth Washington Cafeteria Manager: Elsa Sandoval Physical Education Instructor: Jefereal Johnson Office Manager: Pamela Davis School Nurse: Nurse Williams & Dr. Lawrence Student Service Chairperson: Lois Ashley School Resource Officer: Derrick Murray Head Custodian: Gus Rahming Security Monitor: Lathario Wright Teacher: Luis Sanabria School Psychologist: Pending

3 Roles & Responsibilities Critical Response Coordinator Campus Security Classroom Support Clerical Support Counseling Services Custodial Services Family Support First Aid/CPR Services Hospitality Services Media Liaison Memorial Services/Activities Primary – Uwezo Frazier Primary – Ed McClain Primary – Holly Howard Primary – Pamela Davis Primary – Lois Ashley Primary – Gus Rahming Primary – Kimberlee Giddens Primary – Ruth Taylor Primary – Anthony Jennings Primary – William Aristide Primary – Kim Wright

4 Roles & Responsibilities Critical Response Coordinator Campus Security Classroom Support Clerical Support Counseling Services Custodial Services Family Support First Aid/CPR Services Hospitality Services Media Liaison Memorial Services/Activities Alternate – Lisa Starks Alternate – Lathario Wright Alternate – Kawesi Nimmons Alternate – Vyonda Moss Alternate – Anissa Lauriston Alternate –Treadwill Smith Alternate – Holly Howard Alternate – Amanda Boulware Alternate – Kim Wright Alternate – Dr. Edward Robinson Alternate – Lois Ashley

5 Responsibilities Under the leadership of the Principal the Booker T. Washington Senior High School Crisis Incident Response Team is responsible for the following: 1.Identify Protocol procedure when dealing with Crisis situations. 2.Develop and implement procedures for prevention and intervention 3.Identify the approaches for referring, and intervening with students to identified at risk situation destructive behavior. (Ex. Suicide) 4.Circulate information to staff on procedures. 5.Provide training for teachers and staff. 6.Assist the Principal in controlling emergency situations.

6 Agenda Missing Person, Abduction or Kidnapping of Child from Campus Abandonment/Children Left at School Hostage Situation Assault/Battery Rape on Campus Fights - Gang Fights Bomb Threat/Threatening Call Threats - Bullying Classroom Accident Dangerous Animal on School grounds Trespasser Vandalism Field Trip/Student travel trip incident or Bus Accident Food Poisoning Grief/Death – Resource for Classroom teachers Suicide School Family Tragedy – death of child, parent, teacher or sibling Teacher Incapacitated Lockdown Utility Problem Gas Leak, Fire or Explosion Evacuation Weather emergency – Shelter Plan Community Crisis

7 Directory of Contact Numbers EMPLOYEE # CONTACT INFORMATION William Aristide Edward Robinson Uwezo Frazier Oksana Sosa Lisa Starks Amanda Boulware Lathario Wright Ed McClain Ruth Taylor Pamela Davis Derrick Moore Lois Ashley Anissa Lauriston Kim Wright

8 Directory of Contact Numbers EMPLOYEE # CONTACT INFORMATION Jefereal Johnson Anthony Jennings Vyonda Moss Gus Rahming Kenneth Washington Luis Sanabria Derrik Murry Elsa Sandoval Holly Howard Kimberlee Giddens Kawesi Nimmons Tread Will Smith

9 Additional Information Referrals and Resources – See MDCPS Crisis Management Resource Manuel Security Plans – See Mr. McClain for Information Post Communication after Crisis - See MDCPS Crisis Management Resource Manuel School Accident Report – AIRS Report done by the Principal

10 Sample Crisis Procedure Checklist  Assess Life/Safety issues immediately  Provide immediate emergency medical care  Call 911 and notify police/rescue first. Call District/Regional Office  Secure all areas  Convene the Crisis team to assess the situation and implement the crisis response procedures.  Evaluate available and needed resources.  Alert school staff to the situation  Activate the crisis communicate procedure Action Plan as per MDCPS Crisis Management Manual  Implement evacuation and other procedures to protect students and staff from harm. Avoid dismissing students to unknown care.  Adjust the bell schedule to ensure safety during the crisis  Alert persons in charge of various information system to prevent confusion and misinformation. Notify parents.  Contact appropriate community agencies and the School district’s public information office, if appropriate.  Implement post-crisis procedures WEBSITE:

11 Color Code System Code Red – (STOP EVERYTHING)  Stay in rooms/Lockdown  P.A. Announcement – Administrators Only  Meet with Selected Personal, Security and Administrators  Back & Side gate should be locked  No Visitors on campus  No Students allowed to leave school grounds  Principal will be on Data Com Radio

12 Color Code System Code Yellow – (CAUTION)  Stay in Room proceed once cleared by Administration  Security will meet with Administration  Back & Side gate should be locked  No Visitors on campus  No Students allowed to leave school grounds  Principal will be on Data Com Radio if situation turns Code Red


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