IUSD Emergency Crisis Response Flow Chart
Lillian Grant, Public Relations Officer x3080
Get the Facts:
- Type of Incident
- Determine Level of Crisis
- Staff Response according to emergency preparedness protocols
- Notify District Office, Public Relations Officer, Superintendent, Ed Services
Keep the Public Informed:
- Site Administration, Teachers, Students, Parents, Community
- Prepare an official press statement. Coordinate with school and district leadership.
- Send response out via email, social media, school messenger calling system
Alerts and Up To Date Information:
- Same as no. 2 except determine a point person: site or district office
- School sites refer to media tip sheet for a coordinated response
- Send a copy of media release to Public Relations Officer, give a contact number
- Refer all media inquiries to PIO. First priority at the site is students and staff NOT media.
Acceptable Reasons for Early Release:
- Family Emergencies (such as a death in the family, catastrophic incidents, etc.).
- Medical appointments.
- Weather, neighborhood safety conditions and daylight savings (early darkness), especially if the child walks home.
- Coordination with public transportation schedules, if a child has the authorization to take public transportation home.
- Child accidents that occur during program time (program staff will call parent or guardian).
- Attending a parallel program on campus (tutoring, clubs, etc.) as long as an agreement or partnership with the program exists, thus making the parallel program the child’s enrichment component. Students must check-in and sign out with ASES.
- Other conditions based on a case-by-case basis determined by the after school program and school.