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Emergency Information - What to Expect in an Emergency

The safety and wellbeing of students and staff is always a priority, particularly in a crisis or emergency situation.  Emergency situations can range from man-made problems such as power outages and fires to natural disasters like blizzards and floods. These may be highly dangerous situations or mere inconveniences for our students and staff.
When the Superintendent declares an emergency or the Superintendent is notified by the County Emergency Director or other authority that an emergency/disaster exists, (s)he will begin implementing the District’s emergency plan. The degree of the emergency and subsequent actions will be determined based upon information supplied by the Building Administrator of the affected building, County Emergency Coordinator, Civil Defense Officials and other authorities.
The District’s emergency management plan can be found on the District website HERE.
Below are links to information on how the District will communicate with the community during an emergency, as well as definitions for various terms related to a crisis or emergency situation. We encourage you to become familiar with this information so that you will know what to expect, should a crisis occur in a school or district-wide.

- How the District will communicate information to parents and the community during an emergency or a crisis.

EMERGENCY AND CRISIS VOCABULARY - This list will familiarize you with the different terms the District uses when communicating about an emergency.

WHAT YOU CAN DO AS A PARENT - During an emergency at school or in the District, what can you do?

DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION IN AN EMERGENCY - How students will be transported home.

STUDENT RELEASE AREA - In the case of a school or district-wide crisis, the District will inform parents of a location where parents, guardians, or authorized persons (pre-arranged surrogate) can pick up students if District Transportation is unable to bring students home. 

Last updated on 11/17/2016
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