High School 101 - Ashley Ridge High School

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High School 101
ARHS Safety Plan
Wednesday, August 20th, 2nd period
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
• The following slides will provide information
regarding what to do during numerous safety
situation while on campus at Ashley Ridge High
School.
• Please be aware that different locations in the
building often have slightly different safety
procedures. Please learn what to do and where to
go in the event of an emergency situation.
Evacuation
Plan
Ashley Ridge
High School
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
• The Evacuation Plan is utilized for all drills and
events that require all persons to exit the
school building.
• Fire Drills / Fire Evacuation
o All evacuations, both drill or real, should be performed in a
serious manner
o Fire Drills are required at least once per month
o Drills will occur unannounced throughout the school year
• Fire Escape Routes
o Escape routes are posted in each classroom next to the
doorway
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
• Example of posted Emergency Escape Routes
Please locate the map
in your room and
discuss the
procedures for
evacuation.
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
WHAT STUDENTS NEED TO DO…
• In the event of an evacuation emergency students
should:
o Evacuate the building using the escape route diagram
o Meet his or her class once outside the building
o Check in with his or her teacher or another staff member if separated form
class or during lunch, etc. (This is critical for accountability for all students
whereabouts in an actual emergency situation)
o Wait for further direction from staff member
• Typically the fire alarm will sound to signal the need
to evacuate the building
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
WHAT TEACHERS NEED TO DO… Evacuation Accountability
• After evacuating the building each teacher should
organize his or her class in the appropriate area and
take role (teachers may want a sign or a landmark for
students to find easily).
o If all students are accounted for the teacher should hold up the green
section of the emergency procedures quick flip book.
o If any students are missing the teacher should hold up the red section of
the emergency procedures quick flip book.
• Administrators will come around to each teacher to
collect information (Please have names of missing
students available for administration).
Teachers: Please put a copy of the emergency
procedures for your class in your sub plans when absent.
Lockdown
Plan
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High School
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
Lockdown
• If an intruder enters the building and poses a threat to our students
and/or staff the building will go into a lockdown mode. If there is a
danger to students in the surrounding area of the school the building
will go into lockdown mode.
• There will be a clear announcement over the intercom regarding the
situation. For example an announcement will be made that an
intruder has entered the building and for staff to go into lockdown
mode.
• This will require all staff members to take charge of students and
move them to a secure location, account for them and keep them safe
until the threat has been eliminated.
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
• Example of posted “Safe Wall” sign
Please locate the
“Safe Wall” in your
room and discuss the
procedures for
lockdown.
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
WHAT STUDENTS NEED TO DO…
• In the event of a lockdown emergency students
should:
o Follow all teacher directions
o Quickly and quietly move to the wall labeled “Safe Wall” in the classroom
o Report to the nearest classroom if in the hallway, restroom, nurse, etc.
Teacher will secure the door, turn off lights and take role to account for all
students
o Wait for further direction from administrator, SRO or police officer.
• Typically an announcement will be made in the
event of a lockdown.
Tornado
Plan
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High School
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
Tornado
• The Tornado Emergency Plan is utilized in the event that a
tornado is in close proximity to the school.
Movement Plan:
• Downstairs Teachers will:
o
•
Upstairs Teachers will:
o
•
Move students to the Hallway outside your room or area and occupy the wall nearest
your classroom.
Move your classes downstairs via the closest stairway and occupy the wall directly below
your classroom. Do not use the elevator
Café, Arts, PE, ROTC, etc.
o
See diagram on next slide
• Typically an announcement will be made in the event
of a tornado.
Gym
students
JROTC
Fine Arts
Cafeteria
Cafeteria
Movement Positions
during a Tornado Drill (JROTC, Gym & Fine Arts)
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
WHAT STUDENTS NEED TO DO…
• In the event of a tornado emergency students
should:
o Move quickly and orderly with their teacher to their designated
hallway
o FACE AWAY from windows and doors at the end of the Hallway.
o ASSUME "CROUCH" POSITION on knees, head down, hands
clasped on back of neck or head covered with book or jacket.
o You may use a book or jacket to cover your head and shield your
eyes.
Earthquake
Plan
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High School
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
Earthquake
• The Earthquake Plan is utilized as an immediate
action in the event of an earthquake.
• Earthquakes can occur suddenly without warning
and call for quick response.
High School 101:
ARHS Safety Plan
WHAT STUDENTS NEED TO DO…
• In the event of a earthquake emergency
students should:
o Move quickly under a sturdy object such as a desk or
computer table.
o Attempt to take cover under the object during the quake.
o ASSUME "CROUCH" POSITION on knees, head down, hands
holding on to the desk or other object providing cover.
o Teacher lead evacuation will typically follow any major
earthquake situation.

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