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1860 Emergency Drills

State Law requires that each school site conduct at least four (4) security drills and six (6) safety drills. Local requirements include additional fire drills. No security drill shall be conducted at the same time of day as a previous security drill in the same school year and no more than two (2) security drills shall be conducted in one semester.

To prepare students and staff for possible emergencies and to meet the state and local requirements the following drills will be conducted at each school site:

A.                  Two (2) Lockdown/Intruder on Campus Drills - one drill shall be conducted within the first fifteen (15) days of each semester;

B.                  Two (2) Tornado Drills - one drill to be conducted in September and one drill conducted in March;

C.                  Two (2) Shelter-In-Place Drills - these two drills are in addition to the two tornado drills and should be focused on security procedures to prevent or mitigate injuries or deaths that may result from a threat around or in the school;

D.                  Ten (10) Fire/Evacuation Drills - one drill shall be conducted within the first fifteen (15) days of each semester and every month thereafter;

E.                   Two (2) School Bus Emergency Drills - one drill shall be conducted within the first two weeks of each semester;

F.                   Additional Safety Drills may be added.

Documentation of completion of drills shall be maintained for at least three (3) years. The written report shall include the following:

A.      Type of drill;

B.      Time of drill;

C.      Date of drill;

D.      Approximate number of occupants involved in the drill;

E.       Total time for evacuation; and

F.       Other information relevant to the drill.

Records for each fire drill shall be preserved for at least three (3) years and made available to the State Fire Marshal or the marshal’s agent upon request. Completed documentation of all safety drills shall be filed at the school site with a copy sent to the district administrative office. Each drill shall be submitted to the Oklahoma School Security Institute by the district administrative office.


Adopted 12/8/97

Revised 12/13/99

Revised 12/8/03

Revised 12/10/07

Revised 11/10/08

Revised 12/10/12

Revised 12/9/13

Revised 11/10/14

Revised 12/14/15

Revised 12/10/18

Revised 12/9/19