Emergency Procedure. A Survival’s Guide.
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A Survival’s Guide
Anytime the bell rings while students are outside, this will signal that students will need to come into the building (possible reasons could include: weather such as rain, extremely cold temperatures, weather warnings such as high winds/tornado, and/or possible external danger(s) such as a stray dog or unknown stranger). Staff supervising students outside will direct all students to line up at their usual location and that teachers/staff that are inside the building will be at the appropriate entry doors to let them in.
“Attention please. This school is now in a lockdown. Stay in your classroom or go to the nearest safe area now. Follow all lockdown procedures. Repeat. This school is now in a lockdown. Stay in the classroom or go to the nearest safe area now.”
“At this time (due to current weather conditions), all students and staff are directed to follow the procedures for a Tornado Drill.”
“Our tornado drill is now over. It is now safe for you to resume your class activities”.