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Safe Schools Program

  • Texas Education Agency Public Health Guidance

    Posted by Felicia Longley on 8/5/2021 8:00:00 AM

    Texas Education Agency's Public Health Guidance

    TEA Website

     

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  • 2023-2024 SRP Preparedness Drills

    Posted by Felicia Longley on 8/5/2021 8:00:00 AM

    Standard Response Protocols
    Safety Drills

    Goal:  Provide scheduling assistance for all drill types - SY 2023-2024, so all employees, substitutes, and students may participate in the safety response drills and Local, State and Federal requirements are met.

    SRP Drill

    2023-2024

    Evacuation (Fire Drill)

    August - May
    (One Each Month)

    Lockdown

    September & January
    (Two Required)

    Secure

    October & February
    (One Required)

    Shelter-in-Place

    December
    (Weather-related - One Required)
    March
    (Hazmat-related - One Required)

    Exterior Door Sweeps   Doors are swept once per week while students are in school.  

    Evacuation Chair Requirements

    All multi-story campuses must have at least one Evacusafe Excel Evacuation Chair. If you have a limited mobility student or staff member, you are required to do the following:

    1. Identify the limited mobility person and the primary locations of the person throughout the day.
    2. Identify a two-person team who will be responsible for the evacuation of this individual using the Evacusafe Chair.
    3. The two-person team must complete the 30-minute online training and affirm (signing affidavit) to be certified to use the  Evacusafe chair. Please click the link below to access the training video.  Forward your team members' affidavits to the  Office of Emergency Management no later than August 31, 2023.
    4. Store the chair close to the staircase for ease of use by the evacuation team.

    Evacuation Chair Training Video
    YISD Evacuation Chair Training

    Click here if link does not work:

    https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/117d0N2x3zmoMq8U1WlBUbnt4uRk0luYWa2oGQtH12vI/edit?usp=sharing

    Affidavit - EvacUsafe Evacuation Chair


    Suspicious and Unauthorized Persons and Packages

    All principals, assistant principals, and front office staff will review the slide deck. After reviewing the slide deck, please print, complete and sign, and deliver to Dr. Livermore during the school desk audit in August 2023.

    Suspicious and Unauthorized Deliveries_ADA

    Affidavit - Print, complete and sign, and deliver to the Offices of Emergency Operations

     

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  • Safe Schools Program

    Posted by Felicia Longley on 8/5/2021 8:00:00 AM

    The YISD Safe Schools Program is a community-wide effort to ensure students, parents, school personnel and community partners, including substitutes who visit our schools and District facilities are safe and secure. The program is built on the five pillars of Emergency Management: Mitigation, Prevention, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery.

    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    • Campus EOPs must be reviewed once each semester (August & January). Common changes/modifications include (1) administrative, teacher or staff changes, (2) new teacher room assignments and (3) construction and/or facility changes (i.e. loss/gain of portables). Your Fall semester updated Campus EOP should be uploaded to the Documents Folder in the Navigate360 EMS no later than August 31st.
    • Your first fire drill should occur during the first two weeks of school and should be an announced drill. Let all your staff and parents, including substitutes, know the day and time of the drill along with the expected actions involved in the drill. Our primary goal is to monitor appropriate behavior and adherence to drill procedures.
    • The Navigate360 Emergency Management Suite (EMS) is available for the 2023-2024 school year. School Safety Coordinators will have access to manage drills (including exterior door sweeps), EOP, and contact lsit. Please use the EMS Drill Log feature to document your monthly drills.  Use the Drill Log Notes Section to document your After-Action Review.
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  • 2023-24 State Fire Marshal's Fire Drill Log

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  • 2023-24 Safety & Security Procedures Slide Deck

    Goal:  All campus staff members are oriented and prepared to participate in the Safe Schools Program for 2023-2024. School administrators will review the Safety & Security Procedures Slide Deck with all professional and paraprofessional/ancillary school members, including substitutes, during the welcome back activities of July 24th.  We recommend that you review the 2023-24 Safety Card as well, specifically the drill calendar dates. The Safety Card is found on the Safe Schools Program Website.

    When: Presentation must be reviewed during July 24, 2022 Welcome Back Activities, before students return to school. Sign-in sheets will be retrieved during the August Desk Audit visit by Dr. Livemrore.

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  • Bomb Threat Sheet

    Attached is the bomb threat and threatening message sheet for YISD. Please print, fold on dotted line and post at all phones who receive public or parent phone calls. generally the front office staff and administrators.  Also, please replace the older bomb threat sheet in your EOP with this sheet.

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  • 2023-2024 Safety Card

    Attached (click on the title) is the 2023-2024 Safety Card. The is reproducible and contains the drill calendar, EOP update deadlines, and District safety meetings. Also, the contact information for the YISD Security Officer and the YISD Safety Officer is located on the back.

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  • YISD Lockdown Assessment Checklist

    If you find it difficult to effectively assess your Lockdown Drill, please consider using the attached assessment checklist.  You may elect to keep a few people from participating in the drill or asking The Office of Emergency Management to assess your drill. The assessment feedback is valuable and provides quality information to improve your response and performance during drills.

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