5ResponsibilitiesUnder the leadership of the Principal the Booker T. Washington Senior High School Crisis Incident Response Team is responsible for the following:Identify Protocol procedure when dealing with Crisis situations.Develop and implement procedures for prevention and interventionIdentify the approaches for referring, and intervening with students to identified at risk situation destructive behavior. (Ex. Suicide)Circulate information to staff on procedures.Provide training for teachers and staff.Assist the Principal in controlling emergency situations.
6Agenda Hostage Situation Rape on Campus Vandalism Missing Person , Abduction or Kidnapping of Child from CampusAbandonment/Children Left at SchoolHostage SituationAssault/BatteryRape on CampusFights - Gang FightsBomb Threat/Threatening CallThreats - BullyingClassroom AccidentDangerous Animal on School groundsTrespasserVandalismField Trip/Student travel trip incident or Bus AccidentFood PoisoningGrief/Death – Resource for Classroom teachersSuicideSchool Family Tragedy – death of child, parent, teacher or siblingTeacher IncapacitatedLockdownUtility ProblemGas Leak, Fire or ExplosionEvacuationWeather emergency – Shelter PlanCommunity Crisis
8Directory of Contact Numbers EMPLOYEE # CONTACT INFORMATIONJefereal JohnsonAnthony JenningsVyonda MossGus RahmingKenneth WashingtonLuis SanabriaDerrik MurryElsa SandovalHolly HowardKimberlee GiddensKawesi NimmonsTread Will Smith
9Additional Information Referrals and Resources – See MDCPS Crisis Management Resource ManuelSecurity Plans – See Mr. McClain for InformationPost Communication after Crisis - See MDCPS Crisis Management Resource ManuelSchool Accident Report – AIRS Report done by the Principal
10Sample Crisis Procedure Checklist Assess Life/Safety issues immediatelyProvide immediate emergency medical careCall 911 and notify police/rescue first. Call District/Regional OfficeSecure all areasConvene the Crisis team to assess the situation and implement the crisis response procedures.Evaluate available and needed resources.Alert school staff to the situationActivate the crisis communicate procedure Action Plan as per MDCPS Crisis Management ManualImplement 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 crisisAlert 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 proceduresWEBSITE:
11Color Code System Code Red – (STOP EVERYTHING) Stay in rooms/Lockdown P.A. Announcement – Administrators OnlyMeet with Selected Personal, Security and AdministratorsBack & Side gate should be lockedNo Visitors on campusNo Students allowed to leave school groundsPrincipal will be on Data Com Radio
12Color Code System Code Yellow – (CAUTION) Stay in Room proceed once cleared by AdministrationSecurity will meet with AdministrationBack & Side gate should be lockedNo Visitors on campusNo Students allowed to leave school groundsPrincipal will be on Data Com Radio if situation turns Code Red