Comprehensive School Safety Planning. Randall Ranes, Director Michael Skiba, Supervisor Department of Student Services March 2009. Overview. Two elements of the District’s published Mission Statement are: Maintaining school environments that are safe, secure, and attractive
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Randall Ranes, Director
Michael Skiba, Supervisor
Department of Student Services
Change in SAT-9 (NPR)
Percent in school reporting feeling safe or very safe
Source: California Healthy Kids Survey
School safety involves identifying and implementing appropriate strategies and programs to keep students and employees healthy and injury free. A comprehensive safety plan incorporates prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.
Assessing the current status of school crime committed on school campuses and at school-related activities (Education Code Section 32280 [a])
Note: Although the statutory requirements for the School Safety Plan require an “assessment of the current status of school crime” (Education Code Section 32282, Title 5 California Code of Regulations Section 628.1, 701 & 702), the statutes requiring the reporting of school crime (Penal Code 628.1 et seq.) were repealed in 2005. For this reason, the statistics on school crime that were previously gathered through the instrument, “California Safe Schools Assessment,” are no longer available.
Identification of appropriate strategies and programs that will promote school safety and address the school’s procedures for complying with existing laws related to school safety (continues on upcoming slides) (Education Code Section 32280 [a])
Child abuse reporting procedures consistent with
Penal Code 11164:
2. Child Abuse and Neglect: Prevention and
(secondary resource: http://www.bcsd.com/studentservices/stories/storyReader$41)
(Education Code Section 32280 [a][A])
Routine and emergency disaster procedures including, but not limited to:
procedure system(Education Code Section 32280 [a][B]).
Resources: BCSD Safety Procedure: Earthquake Drill and Earthquakes (chart in School Safety Plan Template); Earthquake Emergency Procedure System(policy) Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Plan (policy).
(See Safety, Administrative Regulation 300.53)
Our school conducts daily campus safety sweeps (campus walk-throughs) to identify damage to property, suspicious circumstances, and safety risks.