Support Services                                    File:  EBCA

 

DISASTER PLANS

 

It is the responsibility of every South Conejos School District staff member to be aware of the policies, regulations, and procedures established for each emergency which foreseeably may affect his or her area of activity.

 

It is the further responsibility of all administrator to be aware of laws and District policies and regulations pertaining to such foreseeable emergencies. In conformance with these, principals and administrators should have a plan of action adapted to local conditions to be carried out in each emergency.

 

The first concern of the plan will be the safety and orderly conduct of students; the second concern will be the safety of all personnel, and the third concern will be the minimizing of damage or loss of property. The Superintendent will act as an advisor to principals and other administrators on the development of crisis and emergency plans. The Superintendent will serve as liaison to local law enforcement and emergency arrangement officials. 

 

It is the responsibility of the principal or another administrator that students and personnel have prior knowledge of each plan of action sufficient to ensure their maximum safety and order in case an emergency should occur.

 

 

FIRST READING:  November 27, 2018
ADOPTED: February 26, 2019

 

LEGAL REF.:   C.R.S. 9-1-101 through 9-1-106

C.R.S. 22-3-101 through 22-3-104

C.R.S. 22-32-109.1

C.R.S. 22-32-110 (1) (k)

C.R.S. 22-32-124 (2),(3)

C.R.S. 24-10-106.5

 

CROSS REF.:   ADD, Safe and Secure Schools

                             ADD-R, Safe and Secure Schools Plan

EBAB, Hazardous Materials

ECA/ECAB, Security/Access to Buildings

                             GBGB, Staff Personal Security and Safety

                             JICDE, Bullying Prevention, and Education

                       JIH, Student Interrogations, Searches, and Arrests

                       JLCE, First Aid and Emergency Medical Care

                             KLG, Relations with Law Enforcement Authorities