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  • 1. UNIONTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SCHOOL SAFETY PLAN DANIEL J. WHITESIDES APRIL 7, 2009
  • 2. Why Do We Plan For Safety?
    • Because our
    • Students
    • And our
    • Staff
    • Should Feel Free To Work And Learn In A Safe School…..
  • 3. What Threats Do We Plan For?
    • Natural Disasters:
      • Tornadoes
      • Earthquakes
      • Flood
    • Intentional Threats:
      • School Intruders
      • Bomb Threats
      • Medical Emergencies
    • Area Emergencies:
      • Building Fire
      • Gas Threat
      • Grain Elevator Accidents
      • Hazardous Materials
  • 4. NATURAL DISASTERS:
    • Regular scheduled drills for tornadoes, earthquakes and fires are held school-wide.
    • A three-day supply of food is kept on hand at all times.
    • A safe location has been secured for students and staff in the event of a flood.
    • Teachers are re-trained every year on emergency procedures.
  • 5. INTENTIONAL THREATS:
    • For the safety of all students, access to the building is limited by electric door locks and monitored by video surveillance.
    • Lock down drills are practiced regularly and procedures are continually updated to provide a better outcome.
    • All students must be signed out by an approved adult prior to leaving campus.
    • All bus, car rider, and walker changes must be submitted in writing.
    • Emergency plans are kept on hand in every room.
  • 6. AREA EMERGENCIES:
    • Fire drills are practiced every month.
    • A secure and safe location has been obtained in the event the building must be evacuated.
    • A list of emergency first responders is kept on hand at all times.
    • Evacuation plans are review annually by staff.
  • 7. OTHER SAFETY MEASURES:
    • 1-866-TIPLINE Student Tip Line
    • Mobile Emergency/First Aid and Information Kit
    • Emergency Radios
    • Anonymous Guidance Referrals
    • Staff Training:
      • Emergency Plan review
      • CPR Training
      • Blood Born Pathogens Training
      • KyCID Training
      • AED (Automated Electric Defibrillator) Training
  • 8. STUDENT SAFETY CURRICULUM
    • Second Steps: A researched based violence prevention program that emphasizes empathy, anger management, and impulse control are taught by our guidance councilor.
    • Gun Safety: A program taught to our 4 th and 5 th grade students by the Department of Fish and Game of Kentucky.
    • Bus Safety: Procedures and drills are taught to all students every year.
  • 9. STUDENT SAFETY CURRICULUM
    • Student Code of Conduct: Distributed and reviewed with all students every year.
    • Red Ribbon Week: A week-long program sponsored by FRYSC to increase drug abuse awareness.
    • KyCID: Plan developed in conjunction with the Kentucky Center for Instructional Discipline is taught to all students every year and implemented in all areas of the building.
  • 10. KyCID DATA RESULTS:
    • According to our KyCID data review, our school needs to focus our efforts on improving student behavior in classroom areas.
  • 11. KyCID DATA RESULTS:
    • The Same DATA review indicates that our behavior focus needs to be on student interactions with one another and bullying.
  • 12. IN CASE OF A SCHOOL EMERGENCY:
    • Listen to WMSK. They will be your first source of information.
    • Do Not call the school. We may need to use the telephone lines for emergency contacts.
    • Do Not rush to school. Please allow emergency responders to have complete access to the school.
    • Wait for your phone call. Our district and school One-Call system will send you information as it becomes available.
    • Do not become a victim. In case of natural disasters ensure that you do not risk your safety.
  • 13. WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP
    • Please help us ensure the safety of all students by reading all Code of Conduct and Student Handbook materials.
    • Do not hesitate to make suggestions that may improve school security or safety.
    • Keep us informed of any suspected threats to the school or the students; always better safe than sorry.
    • Understand that our rules and procedures are intended and enforced for the sole purpose of ensuring the safety of every child.