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									                           LOCKDOWN PROCEDURES
                                (October 28, 2004 Approved by AC)
In case it is determined that an emergency condition exists that might be a safety
concern to students and/or staff, we will immediately go into a lockdown situation.
The signal will be an all-call with the message:
 “May I have your attention please? We are immediately implementing a
lockdown”
There are two lockdown scenarios, but we will always start with the first:
I. LOCK AND SECURE ALL CLASSROOMS FIRST
Lockdown Checklist
   1. Move to a secure spot.

             All students and adults are to stay in their present location under the direct supervision
              of the adult in charge
             Students who are walking by themselves need to go to the nearest classroom. They
              will be accounted for in the attendance count.
             If you are in transit to another point, please complete your movements
             Students and staff in modular classroom (band/instrumental/child care) are to wait
              there for further instructions.
             For those outside, we will ring the bell to bring them inside.
   2. Lock all doors

            Lock all doors. (Do not let anyone leave the room. No bathroom breaks until you hear
             otherwise.)
           LRC lock exterior and LRC double doors to north and south of LRC; office staff lock
             atrium; post signs on atrium door, instructional wing, and hallway, Teacher in room 4 will
             lock north double doors, custodian secure MP and gym, covered area hallway, loading dock
             doors and report to office.
           Close all blinds.
           Cover hall door with the sign hanging on the door. Put the green side out if there are
             no problems in your room. Put the red side out if there is an emergency in your room.
           Take attendance using class list. If you have a student from another class, include that
             information in your attendance report, and also e-mail the child's classroom teacher.
           E-mail the office staff (bc.911@shorelineschools.org) and say in the subject line
             “Room ** ok or Room** missing students (then list them below)
          ***SUBSTITUTES CALL (line 1) 1158 or 1159 with the information above.
           Specialists and other teachers e-mail the classroom teachers and office staff
             (bc.911@shorelineschools.org) to report additional students who are in your room.

             Wait for instructions
             The adult in charge should explain to the students that an emergency has happened in
              the office, and we are asking the help of all people to stay put to avoid confusion and
              provide safety until the matter is cleared up.
             Under no circumstance is any student to leave the room unless requested by the adult
              in charge.
             No bathroom breaks or other exits allowed until word comes stating so.
             Do not dismiss any students or admit any parents to your room.
  II.       LOCK AND SECURE BUILDING (if announced, and only after
           all classrooms are secured)


        1. Wait for instructions after you have completed all instructions for securing
           your classroom
        2. Specialists and support staff cover all other exterior door windows in your
           area with paper provided.
        3. When announced the building is secure, students may use bathrooms if
           necessary with an adult monitor in sight of each bathroom door.
        4. Specialist and support staff report to the library for reassignment to
           classrooms and bathroom monitors.
        5. Librarian and Library will serve as a second command center.

WAIT FOR ALL CLEAR ANNOUNCEMENT AND CONTINUALLY CHECK E-
MAIL. DO NOT CALL THE OFFICE UNLESS YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY IN
YOUR ROOM. CHECK DISTRICT WEB SITE FOR CURRENT INFORMATION.

								
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