More than ever, the safety of our schools depends upon the fast, deliberate reactions of staff during crises. When facing violence and danger, effective and thorough crises plans are crucial to preventing trauma, injury, and loss of life. Schools today have pressing needs to refine procedures, implement prevention plans, train staff, and coordinate efforts among administrators, teachers, district officials, and law enforcement.
This program provides materials for introducing district personnel to the features of local plans and/or for providing them with guidelines for reviewing and evaluating these. It suggests models for fleshing out draft or incomplete plans; for training school staff as well as district personnel in their responsibilities during crises; and for adding guidelines for handling specific emergencies in addition to those in the 1997 Youth Crises.
This program is available digitally. Contact AIT Sales for more information.
One 40-minute program