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    • MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Critical Response Plan AndEmergency Operations Procedures
    • Faculty and Staff Guide 2
    • Table of ContentsEarly Release Personnel ResponsibilitiesSecurity:...............................................................................................................................3LockDown Procedure: Code Yellow..................................................................................5LockDown Procedure: Code Red.......................................................................................6Lockdown: Special Considerations.....................................................................................7Lockdown Assignments for Code Red................................................................................8Teacher’s Responsibilities.................................................................................................10Accommodation for Disabled Student Emergency Evacuation.........................................15Map Miami Beach Senior High.........................................................................................16 Emergency Early Release Personnel Responsibilities Public Address System: Dr. Rosann Sidener and Ms. Chandrell Larkin Security: ◊ Mr. Ramon Patrice and Mr. Robert Martinez will be at the front lot addressing crowd control and car traffic management. Mr. Christopher Gonzalez and Mr. Richard Samuels will be the outside parking lots (Prairie Avenue) and teacher’s parking lot. All other security personnel will monitor the hallways for students and parents. ◊ Ms. Chandrell Larkin and Mr. Teddy Flores will monitor the hallways for parents and students giving them proper directions. 3
    • ◊ The Guidance Department staff will help with greeting parents/guardians and direct them to their children. 4
    • LockDown Procedure: Code YellowPotential known threat to student and staff safety exists within the community  School administrator (or designee) will announce: “Lockdown: Code Yellow… Lockdown Code Yellow”  If indicated, call 911 and the Miami-Dade School Police Department (305) 757-2677  Notify district operations and Region II Center  Staff and students located in open areas should immediately report to the nearest secured area  Teacher should stand outside their door and direct students, staff and visitors to the nearest secured area  Disregard bell system  Secure school perimeter, if necessary  Critical Incidence Response Team members should report to the main office for briefing  Classroom doors should be closed and locked; open windows should be closed  Turn off all audio-visual equipment  Cellular phone use will be limited to the reporting of emergency information  Teachers should continue with regular classroom activity  Follow directions or emergency personnel and school administrators during the emergency period  Lockdown update announcements should be made every 15 minutes, or sooner if indicated  All students, staff and visitors should remain in Lockdown, Code Yellow Mode until “All Clear” announcement is made  Once “All Clear” announcement has been delivered, regular school activity may resume  School administrator should conduct a debriefing meeting with members of the School Critical Incident Response Team, in order to assess the effectiveness of the lockdown  School administrator is encouraged to review lockdown response at a faculty/staff meeting 5
    • LockDown Procedure: Code Red Imminent, proximal threat to student and staff safety exists on campus School administrator (or designee) will announce: “Lockdown: Code Red…Lockdown Code Red Contact 911 and the Miami-Dade Public Schools Police Department (305) 757-2677 Notify Region Center II Operations Staff and students located in open areas should immediately report to the nearest secured area Teachers stand outside their door and direct students, or staff, and visitors to the nearest secured area (until hallways are clear) Classroom doors should be closed and locked; open windows should be closed Turn off all audio-visual equipment Students should quietly remain in their seats Secure school perimeter as best possible Disregard the bell system Cellular phone use will be limited to the reporting of emergency information and should be utilized by school staff only Follow directions of emergency personnel and school administrators throughout the emergency period Lockdown update announcements should be made every 15 minutes, or sooner if indicated, consider using electronic mail as a form of communicating with staff All staff and students/visitors should remain in Lockdown, Code Red mode until “All Clear” announcement is made Once “All Clear” announcement has been delivered, regular school activity may resume School administrator should conduct a debriefing meeting with members of the School Critical Incident Response Team, in order to assess the effectiveness of the lockdown Whenever possible do no utilize areas that are enclosed with glass School administrator is encouraged to review lockdown response at a faculty/staff meeting 6
    • Lockdown: Special ConsiderationsPublic Address Systems:Classroom and other areas of the facility may not be equipped to receiveannouncement via the public address system. In such cases staff will bedirected to alert teachers of the lockdown status.Physical Education and other outdoor activities:Staff and students involved in outdoor activities present a challenge during alockdown procedure. It is recommended that school administrators appointstaff to alert students and staff in these locations.Cafeteria, Auditorium, Gymnasium, and Media Center:Once a lockdown has been announced, all students and staff in theaforementioned areas should remain lockdown in these areas.Special Needs:During a Code Yellow Lockdown, designated staff may deliver prescribedmedications to students previously identified with such needs.School Entry, Class Change, and Dismissal:Students and staff in transition should enter the nearest secure area until“All Clear” announcement is made.Administrative Duties:Teachers and staff not assigned to a classroom site during a lockdown willdirect student in open areas to the nearest secure area and then seek shelter.Substitute Teachers:A copy of the lockdown procedures located in the Critical Incident ResponsePlan Teacher’s Responsibilities should be placed within the emergency lessonplans folder. 7
    • Lockdown Assignments for Code Red STAFF MEMBER AREA Room AREA OF PRIMARY/SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITY Dr. Rosann Sidener Main Office All Administrator in Charge and communicates with District Ramon C. Patrice Main Office All Announce Code Red/Yellow and Announce All Clear Supervise entire operation and Assist accordinglyChristopher Gonzalez Media 220 Supervise entire operation and Assist accordingly Center Chandrell Larkin Main Office All Supervise entire operation and communication with staff Marisol Rivero Activities 231 Lock and Secure Activities Office Edgar Botto Athletics 404 Lock and Secure Athletic Office LaRosa Legree Attendance Lock and Secure the Main OfficeCharmaine Williams Guidance 156 Lock and secure Guidance area Sonja Clarke Rosie Jimenez Main Office All Secure the common area of the main office Nubia Malden Francis Sciurba Media 220 Lock and Secure media center Charles Veres Center Kathy Lopez Registration 109 Lock and Secure registration office Anna Sevillanos Testing 352 Lock room 411 and assist students that are in the hallways in the Building 3 2nd Floor Janai Guido Treasurer 117 Lock and Secure office door Jose Mendoza Server 131B Secure Computer Server Room Room Robert Martinez Building 1 All Secure Building 1 and secure the hallway 2nd Floor Mike Lorenzo Building 2 All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallway 2nd Floor Lawanda Joyner Building 2 All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallway 3 rd Floor 8
    • Richard Samuels Building 3 All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallway 1st Floor Sheryl Woods Building 3 All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallway 2nd Floor Teddy Flores Building 3 3rd Floor All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallway Lakiesha Ware Building 4 All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallwayJerry Thompson Building 5 All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallway Dale Sims Building 6 All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallway 1st Floor Mike Hanlin Building 6 All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallway 2nd Floor Susie Gordon Building 7 All Lock exterior doors and secure the hallwayCustodial Team Rose Smith Building 1 Monitor and survey Building 1 courtyard areaFernando Gomez Building 2 Monitor and survey Building 2 courtyard area Edgardo Duran Building 3 Monitor and survey Building 3 courtyard area Benny Garcia Building 4 Monitor and survey Building 4 courtyard area Elgen Joseph Building 5 Monitor and survey Building 5 courtyard area and 6 9
    • Critical Incident Response Plan Teacher’s ResponsibilitiesSchools continue to be among the safest environments for our youth; however, potentially dangerous andtragic events have occurred on school campuses and within surrounding communities. Being prepared toaddress immediate threatening situations is key in preventing injuries to students and staff. Please ensure thatstudents are afforded the opportunity to seek post incident services.“Critical Incident Response Plan: Teacher Responsibilities” was produced to assist instructional staff inresponding effectively and expediently to critical incidents that my impact the well-being of Miami-DadeCounty Public Schools (M-DCPS) students, faculty and staff. This document will provide teachers guidance inresponding to events that may potentially impact student safety and security. Bomb Threat  Implement immediate  Notify an administrator of the evacuation of students upon threats. notification to evacuate.  DO NOT touch, prod, or move  Designate someone to hold the any suspicious object or package main exit door open until all  Follow orders for personal persons in the class have safety as directed by the evacuated. Continue this administrator or designee in procedure until the classroom is charge and emergency response clear personnel.  Take the class list or grade book  DO NOT use cell phone, hand with you radio or public address system.  Check classrooms thoroughly  If directed by the Administrator (restrooms, closets, etc.). or designee to leave the Determine that all students have classroom in an orderly manner cleared the rooms. and follow you to a temporary  Supervise students’ enroute to site of safety that is supervised designated assembly point. by M-DCPS personnel  Make a roll call check at the  Be sure to take you grade book assembly point. Report anyone with you missing to the principal.  Follow orders for personal  Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the safety as directed by the administrator and emergency administrator and emergency response personnel. response personnel. Evacuation of Students/ Hazardous Chemical Materials Staff From Building Spills/Gas Leaks Inside the Classroom/School  Notify an administrator 10
    •  Evacuate the area immediately  Forward any written evidence Verify that all students have of the threat to the school exited room. administrator, when it is safe to Turn off the gas valve, air do so. conditioning and ventilation systems, if located in your room Hostage Situation (if applicable).  Remain calm and non- Remove student(s) who may be judgmental. unconscious or overcome by  DO NOT attempt to defuse the exposure to chemical substance situation. This is a police or gas. function. Close door(s) as you exit and  DO NOT agitate or anger the take the class list or grade book perpetrator. with you.  DO NOT make any sudden DO NOT attempt to fix gas movements. leaks or clean up chemical spills.  Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the Outside the Building Administrator and emergency Community-Based response personnel. Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the Lock Down Procedure administrator or emergency  Immediately close and lock response personnel. classroom doors and windows As directed, shut off air  Direct all individuals away from conditioning system and all doors and windows outside air ventilators; close  Staff and students located in windows. open areas (non classrooms Ensure that all students are in areas) should immediately the classroom and that they report to nearest secured area. remain there, pending further  Teachers and staff not assigned instructions. to a classroom site during the Direct students to quietly lock down will direct students remain in their seats. in open areas to the nearest secured area and then seek Homicidal Threat shelter. Remain calm and non-  Cellular phone use will be judgmental. limited to the reporting of Assess immediate danger; if emergency information student or intruder is armed or otherwise all audio-visual agitated DO NOT approach or equipment including computer make any sudden movements. and cell phone technology Notify the main office, when it should not be used until all clear is safe to do so. announcement is made. Follow orders for personal  All staff and students remain in safety as directed by the LOCK DOWN mode until ALL administrator and emergency CLEAR announcement is made. response personnel. 11
    •  Follow orders for personal possible from all windows or safety as directed by the areas subject to damage or entry administrator and emergency of water. Store these items response personnel. above the floor to protect them from water damage due toNuclear Explosion/Release minor flooding Remain in your classroom until  Move audiovisual, computer authorized to leave by the and business machine administrator or emergency equipment to a secure location. response personnel. If equipment cannot be moved, Shut down air conditioners and cover with plastic to protect fans; close doors, windows, and from water damage. other openings.  Take the class list or grade book Follow directions given by the with you administrator and emergency response personnel. Severe Weather Tornado Watch/Warning Severe Weather  Follow orders for personalElectrical Storm Classroom safety as directed by the administrator and emergency Stay indoors and do not venture response personnel. outside unless absolutely  Be prepared to move students necessary. housed in relocatables and Stay away from open doors and trailers into interior corridors of windows, metal objects, permanent buildings. electrical appliances, and  Be prepared to move persons plumbing until the storm has housed in multi-story buildings passed to lower floors and interior Unplug TV sets, other electrical corridors, particularly to corners equipment, and appliances to space permitting. the extent possible.  Refrain from placing persons in Follow orders for personal large areas that have a wide roof safety as directed by the span. administrator and emergency  Instruct persons to seek cover response personnel. where floors and walls meet and to place themselves in a protected position with their heads and faces covered by their hands and arms. Severe Weather  Keep inside doors that lead intoHurricane Watch Warning corridors unlocked. Exterior To the extent possible, turn off doors must not be chained or all gas and electrical appliances, locked from the inside. except as required in designated  Close window and outside emergency shelters. doors on all sides of a building Store all books, papers, and other equipment as far as 12
    • Where there are no permanent buildings  Follow orders for personal safety as in which to find shelter, occupants directed by the administrator andshould file down under tables/desks in a emergency response personnel.fetal position and cover their hands and faces with their arms and hands Suicide Attempt (in classroom)  Contact main office immediately and report nature of medical Severe Weather emergency. Tornado Strike/Aftermath  Direct classroom students to exit room and relocate to alternate  Follow orders for personal location. safety as directed by the  Stay with student until assistance administrator and emergency arrives. Gather all information that response personnel. will assist emergency response  Report any medical personnel. emergencies and other injures to the main office.  DO NOT touch or move weapon or substance involved in the attempt  Conduct an attendance count to unless absolutely necessary. ensure all students are accounted for.  DO NOT tamper with evidence, clean or decontaminate incident site.  Follow the directions of the School Grounds administrator and emergency  Get out of open areas and into response personnel. an enclosed building  DO NOT seek shelter under Suicide (in classroom) trees or close to wire fences,  Report the incident to the main playground equipment, or office shelters located in exposed  Calmly direct your students to exit locations. the classroom and report directly to the nearest supervised classroom Shooting/Stabbing site. Students should remain at such Direct students to take appropriate site until further direction is given. protective action(s), such as take  Stay with deceased student until cover, lie flat, remain calm, and assistance arrives. evacuate to nearest secure site, if  DO NOT touch or move weapon or appropriate. substance involved in the attempt Keep students away from windows unless absolutely necessary. and doors, if the event is occurring  DO NOT touch or move weapon or outside of the classroom. substance involved in the attempt Report the incident and any medical unless absolutely necessary. emergencies or injuries to the main  DO NOT tamper with evidence, office, when it is safe to do so. clean or decontaminate incident site. DO NOT touch weapon, tamper  Follow the directions of the with evidence, clean or administrator and emergency decontaminate incident site. response personnel. Suicide (off Campus) 13
    •  Report information to the administrator. Suicidal Threat Remain calm and non-judgmental. Contact the main office as soon as it is safe to do so. If the student is armed or in a precarious position, DO NOT approach or agitate. Alert the main office to the presence of any weapons/instruments possessed by the suicidal student. DO NOT leave the suicidal student alone. Summon a school counseling professional to meet with the student, if a verbal or written threat is made. Provide the counselor with an account of information communicated in the threat, including written notes. 14
    • Accommodation for Disabled Student Emergency Evacuation *** Identify Special need students in class *** Assign Student(s) Responsible for assisting student’s departure during evacuation. Special Needs Student______________________________________________________________________________ Name Room Number _________________ Teacher’s Name ___________________________________________________________________________ Evacuation Buddy Students_____________________________________________________________________________ Name_____________________________________________________________________________ Name Return a copy to Mr. Patrice in Room 703.
    • Map Miami Beach Senior High 6 Building 7 Building 5 Building Cafeteria Gymnasium To Ross Field 1st Floor Main Office 4 2nd Floor Building 1 Building 2 Building Auditorium Media 3 Building CenterParking Lot Parking Lot