• Remington Point Elementary

    Drill Quick Reference Guide

     

    Lockdown/Secure Classroom

    1. Lock-down announcement is made.
    2. Teacher instructs students to assume lock-down procedures.
    3. If class is in the hallway, proceed to the nearest room.
    4. Before closing the door, briefly look to see if any students are in the hall and bring them into your classroom.
    5. Close and lock classroom door (Remove magnet from lockplate. If no key or sub, go to neighboring classroom).  Once door is locked it is NOT to be opened until the “all clear”.
    6. Turn lights off, cover classroom door window with plain paper (no red or green) and close blinds.
    7. Children should be seated away from the line of sight from doorway and windows as much as possible.
    8. There should be no noise or use of cell phones.
    9. Account for missing students but do not contact anyone until the lockdown is over.
    10. Remain in lockdown until further instructions.

     

    Shelter-in-Place – used when outside air is polluted with spilled contaminates from a vehicle accident, train wreck, etc.

    1. Shelter in Place announcement made.
    2. Before closing the door, briefly look to see if any students are in the hall and bring them into your classroom.
    3. Close door to classroom. In a true emergency only, do your best to seal any gaps in the doors and windows.
    4. Take attendance and report any missing students to administrator by using the classroom phone to call the front office.
    5. If you have students from the hall, please use the classroom phone to call their teachers to let them know where they are.
    6. Stay in the classroom and restrict use of cell phones until further instructions.

     

    Severe Weather

    1. Severe weather announcement is made.
    2. Take Emergency Go Kit and move students to designated safe areas according to Severe Weather Shelter Map.
    3. When in the safe area, shut the door but do not lock it.
    4. Students should remain quiet, facing interior walls in a kneeling position with head down and hands protecting the back of the neck and head.
    5. Take attendance and report any missing students to administration using the radio.
    6. Stay in the safe area and restrict use of cell phones until further instructions.

     

    Reverse Evacuation – Used when needing to get back into the building quickly because of bad weather, dangerous animals, neighborhood violence, etc.

    1. Reverse Evacuation announcement is made.
    2. Move students and staff inside the building as quickly and safely as possible.
    3. Report to classroom.
    4. Take attendance and let administration know if you are missing students by calling the front office.
    5. Remain calm and quiet, waiting for further instructions.

     

    Evacuation Drill – Fire, Chemical Spill, Bomb Threat, etc.

    1. Fire alarm will sound or announcement made.
    2. Upon exiting the classroom, take Emergency Go Kit and verify that the room is clear. Then turn off lights and close the door.
    3. Evacuate the building using the campus Fire Drill Evacuation Map– be alert of possible hazards or obstructions, taking alternate routes as necessary.
    4. Proceed to designated site and check in with your Buddy Teacher.
    5. Take attendance and report any missing students to administrator using the radio.
    6. Keep students quiet and calm, remaining in the designate area until further instructions.

     

     

    Designated teachers should always have their radio for communication to and from administrative team.

     

    All Staff: Please have your cell phones on and available for an emergency situation. Please restrict use unless situation permits.