SecurityWorkbook - District Standards2016_17.xlsx
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Directions: Please assess the following areas and answer each question by selecting: YES, NO, N/A (Not Applicable), or N/AS (Not Assessed) from the drop-down box.
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Yes, No, NA or N/ASComments
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Mitigation / Prevention Standards
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1.1The school district coordinates efforts for prevention and mitigation through collaboration with stakeholders representing the district (internal) local, state and regional partners.YesEach campus principal, along with the superintendent, maintenance director, technology director, local PD and FD coordinate safety drills and prevention activites.
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1.2The school district has a functioning school district safety and security committee with responsibilities that include ensuring compliance with local, state and federal mandates.YesThey same district and local personnel as list above.
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1.3The school district regularly assesses school climate and implement relevant scientifically research-based curricula, programs, and practices to create a positive, safe, and disciplined environment conducive to learning.YesCounselor's Roles
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1.4The school district has processes in place to identify and appropriately assist/address individuals who exhibit signs of violent, harmful, or risky behaviors, and/or pose a threat of committing criminal activity.YesPrincipals and Safety Officer Roles
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1.5The school district, as part of their emergency operations plan, has completed a hazard analysis of all school district facilities, properties and their surrounding communities to identify potential hazards from natural, technological, and human-caused incidents, including violence and property crime.YesCrisis Management Plan addresses the hazards associated with our district & its location and our particular community. It coordinates our efforts with first responders and area news feeds.
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1.6The school district used the results of the hazard analysis to develop specific mitigation and prevention activities and plans as part of their multi-hazard emergency operations plan.YesOur Crisis Management Plan addresses each specific hazard: Intrudor Alerts, Missing Child, Area threats through train derailments, tornadoes, and other environmental factors
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1.7The school district has train staff and use appropriate partners to systematically perform on-going self-assessments/audits, to identify and address safety and security issues and report the results according to current Texas statute.YesCrisis Management Team
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1.8The school district has developed and follow policies and/or procedures that govern access to each facility.YesThe appropriate personnel and local PD and FD have access to each facility. We have a Visitor Policy & ProceduresA
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Preparedness Standards
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2.1The school district has developed and follows policies and/or procedures that govern access to each facility.YesThe Technology Director has been certified at Level IV under the CJIS Security Act and follows & maintains procedures accordingly
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2.2The school district has integrated the needs of students, staff and visitors with disabilities and others with access and functional needs into all aspects of the district’s comprehensive emergency management program including planning, training, and drilling.YESThe district provides ADA access and functional needs for all persons with disabilities: For example - we have deployed ramps, accessable restrooms, and auditory assistance in the main Auditorium. Persons with disabilities participate in our emergency drills.
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2.3The school district multi-hazard emergency operations plan includes policies and/or procedures to address public health situations.YesCrisis Management Plan
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2.4The school district multi-hazard emergency operations plan includes current maps and floor plans that show evacuation options, utility shut-offs at all district facilities and properties.YesEvery campus and classroom has emergency maps and floor plans for evacuation and/or lock down situations for every classroom and common area.
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2.5The school district multi-hazard emergency operations plan includes procedures for public information, notification, and communication with all stakeholders.YesThe Superintendent is the Crisis Media Contact for the District. He approves social meda during a crisis. The district can send out emergency info through a variety of social mediums: Twitter, SchoolWay. Our feeds are monitored by the News Media and by First Responders.
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2.6The school district multi-hazard emergency operations plan addresses processes for accounting for all persons, student reunification, and release.YesThe District has practiced emergency drills for mulit-hazard events. The teachers are well trained in how to manage & account for their students.
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2.7The school district educates all stakeholders about their safety and emergency management practices.YesThe Crisis Management Plan is posted on the Website and Principals update teachers as to any changes or modifications that are required after deploying or implementing a drill.
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2.8The school district multi-hazard emergency operations plan includes the development and implementation of a comprehensive multi-hazard exercise/drill program in compliance with local, state and federal mandates.YesDates of Drills that took place this year -- go here
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2.9The school district should adopt mutual-aid agreements, memoranda of understanding, inter-jurisdictional/inter-local agreements, and other agreements to support comprehensive emergency preparedness.NAAlthough we do not have a formal agreement, we regularly practice inter-jurisdictional/inter-local drills with all neighboring first responders during our Shattered Dreams Program. We work with area, county and multicity first responders to coordinate this effort and to practice crisis management coordination skills.
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2.10The school district documents, maintains, and replenishes emergency supplies, go-kits and equipment.YesThere are multiple inspections per year for the district's water sprinkler system, emergency alarm systems, fire extinguishers and IEDs
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2.11The school district should ensure that each facility has a designated emergency management program liaison.YesCampus principal's Roles in Crisis management Plan
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Response Standards
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3.1The school district assesses each incident/event, then determines and activates a response.YesModifications after emergency responses have been analyzed and adjusted according to our experiences
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3.2The school district has established response guidance that empowers staff to initiate protective actions.YesThe District Holds Required Professional Development for emergency health care situations such as diabetes, asthma, bloodborne disceases, child abuse, etc allowin each staff member to understands how to protect the lives of all students
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3.3School district personnel initiates internal and/or external notification.YesThe internal notifications are coded messages to the staff. The external messages are conducted through social media, the news media, and via the Arp ISD Websites
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3.4The school district uses the Incident Command System (ICS).YesOur Crisis Management Plan supports the hiarchical procedures of the ICS.
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3.5The school district takes action to preserve the scene following an incident or potential crime.N/ASWe have not been faced with this situation, but would do so, it needed.
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3.6The school district initiates public information procedures and processes to gather, verify, coordinate, and disseminate information during an incident.YesThe Superintendent or his designee is responsible for dissemination of information during a crisis event. See Superintedent's Role
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3.7The school district monitors, documents, reassess, and adjust its response, as necessary.YesThis is ongoing process after each event
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Response Standards
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4.1The school district has adopted and implemented policies, plans, and procedures for recovery and continuity of operations to continue school functions during and after an incident.YesThe Technology Crisis Management Plan has procedures in place for recovery of IT operations using multi-site backups, cloud backups, and off-site recovery of data.
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4.1The school district has adopted and implemented policies, plans, and/or procedures for resource requests and management during and after an incident.YesCrisis Management Team - See Roles
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4.3The school district has adopted and implemented policies, plans, and/or procedures for emotional and physical health recovery needs for students and staff after an incident.YesCounselor's Role in Crisis Managment Plan
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4.4The school district has adopted and implemented policies, plans, and/or procedures for after-action reviews and corrective action plans following an exercise/drill or incident.YesCrisis Management Team
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