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WIMS LOCKDOWN Remain Calm Clear Halls Check classes beside for missing teachers or sub Lock doors/cover windows/lower blinds Cut off lights Move students to the least visible area of room. No one enters or leaves. Take note of any missing students. WIMS Lockdown Classroom Procedures Announcement over the PA system-Code-LOCKDOWN (Drill Code is Lockdown Drill) Teachers should quickly, but calmly do the following. Clear students from the hallways immediately and have them come into the nearest classroom. Make note of any students missing from your classroom. Check to see if the classroom next to yours has a teacher present. If not, or if a sub is present, instruct those students to quickly come into your classroom. Close and lock all windows and doors. Lower blinds on windows. 8th grade teachers cover small door window. Do not allow anyone to enter or leave the classroom once you have locked down until the all-clear announcement is given. Instruct students to move away from windows and doors to a designated area of the room previously discussed with students. (8th grade science students into supply room). Account for all students and turn off classroom lights. Each teacher should place a copy of all class rosters into folder on back of door. Teachers should tape green or red communication card on outside their classroom door. Also tape to window. Green card indicates that everything is safe in the classroom. Red card indicates that emergency assistance is needed as soon as possible. If no card is displayed, emergency personnel will assume that the intruder is in the classroom. If the intruder gains access to the room and starts shooting, instruct the students to leave the building or run to another safe area by school personnel outside the building. Remain calm and wait for further instructions from the administration or emergency personnel. Student cell phone use is not allowed. Special Classroom Situations: Students at lunch - first 4 rows of tables move into the kitchen of the cafeteria - last 4 rows exit to the locker-rooms. PE students inside the gym - students go to far corner of gym on side of bleachers, lock the gym doors, and follow the same procedures as above. PE students outside the building - teachers take the students to an area previously designated as a “safe” area by the administration. Lockdown occurs during a teacher’s planning - buddy-up with other teachers on hall and go to a secure classroom area (unless administration or emergency personnel directs the teacher to help in some manner.) If your door will not lock, move students to a classroom nearby whose doors will lock, if safety and timing permits. If not, barricade the door and move students out of the line of vision of door. Teachers in the 7th grade rooms with non-locking, connecting doors need to: o Lock hallway doors and exterior door. o Put something in front of the connecting door to block it in case the intruder gains access into the adjoining room. Lockdown code given early in the morning - all students should be instructed to get into their 1st block classes without going to lockers, breakfast, etc. Teachers then follow procedures above. Students on incoming buses will be routed to West Iredell High. Lockdown code given during a class change - students should go to the nearest classroom. Teachers immediately instruct the students in classroom procedures. Students in the library when code is given - students will be taken into the library office area, doors locked, and secured. Decisions by Administration: o Doors to be unlocked by Administration or appointed Staff. o PE teachers need phones/radios to communicate if outside. BOMB THREAT PROCEDURES (Phone Calls) Have the person who answers the phone during the day trained on bomb threat procedures. Remain calm. Ask the caller the following questions: 1. When is the bomb set to explode? 2. Where is the bomb right now? 3. What kind of bomb is it? 4. What does it look like? 5. What will cause it to explode? 6. Why did you place the bomb? 7. Where are you calling from? After the phone call ends Press Star 57 to trace the call Log the Time of the Call and inform the Principal. **Do not use Cell phones or Radios** WIMS Bomb Threat Plan - Mrs. L. Findley will call for an administrator. - At this time, Ms. E. Garrett will go to the vault and get school blue prints and Critical Incident Response Box. Threat Assessment Team Leader Garry Moore – Principal Gayle Ballard – Assistant Principal Billy Thompson – Assistant Principal SRO o Administrator will call central office. o SRO will call police department. Threat Assessment Team Lynn Findley – Secretary Glen McCoy – TIMS Elinor Garrett – SAP Co-Coordinator Jay Hamilton – Counselor Henry Shepherd – Counselor Trudy Wooten – Data Manager Barbara Morrison – Bookkeeper Joann Raby – Nurse Command Center Conference room/Principal’s Office Optional – Counselors Office Once we are together we will make a decision to evacuate the building. Search Teams Garry Moore/Henry Shepherd – 8th grade classrooms/halls/bathrooms Gayle Ballard/Jay Hamilton – 6th grade classrooms/halls/bathrooms Billy Thompson/Ms. Garrett – 7th grade classrooms/halls/bathrooms Trudy Wooten/SRO – commons/wheel classrooms John Stroud/Joann Raby – Cafeteria Lynn Findley – Runner Glen McCoy – In charge of buses incase of evacuation to WIHS Search Technique Get flashlight Tape to be used when room has been searched. Mirror Start in center of room and go out. WIMS Bomb Threat Plan Evacuation Plan Pull the alarm – Follow Fire Drill Procedures. Teachers bring your attendance rosters. 8th grade - football field 7th ,Wheel, and ISS - bus lot hill (cow pasture) 6th - upper soccer field If necessary, we will relocate to WIHS. Drivers Glen McCoy – call WIHS to notify administration that we need their buses and facility. Christine Miller Michael Burgess Crystal Harris Dan Roseman Barbara Sharpe Anita McMillan Trudy Wooten Clarke Phillips Susan Schultz Alberto Hernandez Glenn McCoy takes bus and team to WIHS. Bus drivers go on buses and leave students with colleagues. Nancy Loftin will take TMD class on special education bus. Christine Miller/Michael Burgess/Anita McMillan/Barbara Sharpe - pick up 7th grade students in bus lot. Clarke Phillips/Trudy Wooten/Dan Roseman - pick up 6th grade, wheel, and ISS students in upper soccer field. Susan Schultz/Alberto Hernandez/Crystal Harris – pick up 8th grade students from football field on Watermelon Road. Glen McCoy stays at WIHS and works with administration.
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