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“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Section V –Building Security and Safety School Emergencies or Accidental Events Accidents involving students must be reported immediately to an adult. Emergency Procedures: Fire Drills, Bomb Threats and Evacuation Plans The procedures for evacuation must be reviewed with all students at the beginning of each semester, so students understand the necessity for silence and order during an evacuation. It is vitally important that all staff review the procedures for emergencies with students. When the fire alarm sounds: • Teachers and students must move quickly and quietly toward exit specified in the emergency evacuation plan; if your exit is blocked use the nearest alternate exit. • Report any unaccounted students to a staff member ASAP. • Students are to line up a considerable distance from the building and not block the way if the police or fire trucks are needed – areas have been designated in the emergency evacuation plan. • Remain in the assigned waiting area with until given the “all clear” to return in the building. • Students are not allowed to visit other classes or talk on their cell phones during this time. If an evacuation happens between classes, students will meet with their advisory teacher on the football field. During lunch and other non-class events, students will meet with their advisory teacher. All personnel shall adhere to the following guidelines if there is a lockdown: Support Staff and Students • Close and lock all classroom doors and turn off the lights. • All individuals in the classroom should move to one side of the classroom and away from windows, if possible – out of sight, and should remain quiet • Do not leave the classroom FOR ANY REASON. • Listen carefully to announcements. DO NOT dismiss until advised by the principal or his designee. • Do not utilize electronic communications during code blue lockdowns. 42

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Visitor Policy We welcome parents and other visitors to Roosevelt SHS during the school day. However, we ask that all staff persons adhere to the following procedures to ensure the safety of our students and our staff. All visitors are to sign in at the security station and present identification upon arrival to the building. To ensure the safety of students and staff, do not accept visitors or volunteers who come to your office or classroom unannounced or without a visitor pass or volunteer badge. This ensures that all individuals have reported to the security station, and that we have an account of who is in the building. This includes individuals working with our school’s maintenance staff, personal friends and relatives. Surveillance & Safekeeping Under NO circumstances, should any external doors be propped open at any time, for any reason. This poses a serious safety threat to our entire school. Unfortunately, RHS is not immune to thefts. We have had several incidents of theft from personal items in classrooms and offices – please adhere to the following guidelines: • All personal items (i.e. pocketbooks, leather coats, electronics, etc.) should be locked and secured. • Never leave personal items in open sight on desks and around the classroom. RHS is not responsible for lost, missing, stolen or damage to personal or professional property. Smoking on DCPS Property Smoking in all District of Columbia Public Schools is strictly prohibited, both inside and outside, and all school property. 43

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