Emergency Procedures

School District Emergency Information -  651-458-6201
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A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR
CRISIS RESPONSE IN OUR SCHOOLS
AND
EMERGENCY INFORMATION FOR RESIDENTS/PARENTS

School District 833 has developed and emergency/crisis/disaster plan for dealing with the following situations:
  • Assault/violence

  • Bomb Threats

  • Demonstrations

  • Suicide

  • Fire

  • Hazardous Materials

  • Radiological Incidents

  • Terrorism

  • Severe Weather

  • Serious Injury/Deaths

  • Shootings

  • Weapons

The plans include prevention, preparation, response, and recovery for emergencies. They are designed to protect students and staff as much as possible. Each school has evacuation/shelter routes, lock-down procedures, monitoring students/staff for mental/psychological problems and activity that may cause crisis situations in the schools.

Each year school staff is given emergency training and methods of identifying problems that can cause emergencies. Drills/exercises are conducted each year also to test training and upgrade plans. At the start of each school year students will be given information to assist them if an emergency occurs and to help prevent stress/mental issues due to serious incidents in the schools.

The district has worked closely with Police, Fire, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Management in each city and the county and state, hospitals, Red Cross, Salvation Army, parents, and others in designing the plan for prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery and exercises.

As a resident, parent or guardian, the following web sites can provide you lots of information for dealing with crisis and emergency situations and problems with children:

Others: