performing arts events
etc. When responding to the scene of a local BUS/VEHICLE CRASH: Principal/Crisis Management Team (CMT) ï± Ensure that 911 has been called. ï± If crash involves a school bus
ensure that [school division] Office of Transportation is aware. ï± Report to the accident scene unless it is not safe to do so. – Determine if any students or staff have been injured and the extent of injuries. – Determine if they will be transported to the hospital
which hospital. – Obtain Emergency Care Information forms for transport to the hospital. – Notify parents
guardians or emergency contact designee. – Accompany injured student(s) or staff member(s) to the hospital. – If victims are transported to multiple hospitals request additional CMT members to accompany victims. ï± Provide emotional support for student(s) and/or staff accident victim(s). ï± Brief parents and guardians. ï± Arrange for crisis counseling if necessary. ï± Refer all media inquiries to police media representative or (School/School Division) Department of Communications and Community Outreach. ï± Consult with the Department of Communications and Community Outreach (DCCO) regarding dissemination of information about the accident and condition of victims to the school community. Demonstration Student participation in demonstrations on school property could give rise to a violation of school regulation or a violation of the Virginia criminal code (i.e.
trespassing). If a DEMONSTRATION is on school property during school hours: Principal/Crisis Management Team (CMT) ï± Determine if [school division] students are involved in the demonstration – If no [school division] students involved in the demonstration
direct that the demonstrators leave school property. – If they refuse
contact the police department for prosecution. ï± If appropriate
or Secure the Building
procedures. ï± If safe
meet with the students or demonstrators to determine the purpose of the demonstration.