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MURPHY, JOHN B. SCHOOL

Chicago Public School Emergency Plan

24621 (773) 534-5223 3539 W GRACE ST CHICAGO, IL 60618 PRINCIPAL/DIRECTOR CHRISTINE ZELENKA ENGINEER

MATTHEW MCALEER

Generated on: September 28, 2015 11:16 am

CPS

CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 2014-2015 EMERGENCY PLAN TEMPLATE

The 2014-2015 Emergency Plan template offers a new feature. The primary change for the school year is the addition of the state mandated allergen drill under the Safety Drill Tab. The Emergency Plan incorporates the terminology and concepts required of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) as prescribed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. All federal, state and local emergency response agencies have adopted the NIMS concepts and the Chicago Public Schools also support these concepts.

SCHOOL INFORMATION Ensure that the data below is accurate as related to your school building.

Facility Name:

MURPHY, JOHN B. SCHOOL

Facility Address:

3539 W GRACE ST CHICAGO, IL 60618

School Oracle Unit Number:

24621

School Phone:

(773) 534-5223

School Fax:

(773) 534-5212

Area Office:

01

Classification Type:

CPS FACILITY, ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, PRESCHOOL, PUBLIC, SC

Range of Grades:

PRE-K - 8

CPD District Number:

017

CPD Beat Number:

1732

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KEY SCHOOL STAFF The Principal is the primary person in-charge at all times. If the principal is not on-site or otherwise unable to act as the Principal, the responsibility falls to the person identified under the Order of Succession on the list. If that person is unable to perform the duties of the Principal, the responsibility falls to the next person in the Order of Succession. The Principal should be identified as "1" under Order of Succession, "2" should identify the next person in line and so on. Day to day operation of the school will follow the Order of Succession, however, the command structure may change in the event of an emergency. Emergency "Incident Commanders" will be identified in the "Emergency Management Team" section of this plan. Those identified as the "Incident Commander" will be in charge of the school during an emergency. NOTE: PLEASE SUBMIT 10 DIGITS FOR PHONE NUMBER TITLE

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

ORDER OF SUCCESSION (1, 2, 3, etc.)

OFFICE PHONE

HOME PHONE

(773) 282-3234

Principal

Zelenka

Christine

1

(773) 534-9892

Assistant Principal

Rammer

Michael

2

Teacher

Shick

Rebeca

Teacher

Laqui

Counselor Engineer

CELL PHONE

EMAIL ADDRESS

(773) 972-3423

[email protected]

(773) 534-5223

(847) 858-8380

[email protected]

3

(773)534-5223

(773)259-1113

[email protected]

Magdelena

4

(773) 534-5223

(773) 237-4218

[email protected]

Medina

Monica

5

(773) 534-5225

(773) 391-4432

[email protected]

Mcaleer

Matthew

6

(773) 534-5224

Clerk

Ayala

Martha

7

773 534-5223

(773) 981-8425

Literacy Lead

Mcgushin

Kelly

8

(773) 534-5223

630-730-1205

Teacher

Gans

Howard

9

(773) 534-5223

(773) 860-4204

[email protected]

Teacher

Sera

Michele

10

(773) 534-5079

(773) 545-6948

[email protected]

Teacher

Kelly

Kathleen

11

(773) 534-5223

(773) 315-8261

[email protected]

Teacher

Lee

Alisa

12

(773) 534-5223

(847) 269-3970

[email protected]

Teacher

Shultz

Penny

13

(773) 534-5223

(773) 391-6956

[email protected]

Teacher

Zamarron

Sonia

14

(773) 534-5223

(773)586-6092

[email protected]

Teacher

Dejohns

Frank

15

(773) 534-5223

(773) 286-8879

[email protected]

Teacher

Kearney

Chiara

16

(773) 534-5223

(630) 898-8639

[email protected]

Clerk Asst

Aguirre

Laura

17

773-534-5223

773-699-8686

Sped Teacher

Birdsall

Hannah

18

773-534-5223

607-793-8304

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[email protected] [email protected]

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STUDENT ENROLLMENT AND PERSONNEL DATA The following data must be as accurate as possible. The responses below are used for safety and emergency purposes only. They are not used for demographics or budgeting purposes. Number of Students:

586

Number of those students who have special needs and require physical assistance during evacuations or shelters-in-place:

1

Number of Teachers:

33

Number of ESP/Paraprofessional Personnel:

15

Number of CPS Custodial Personnel:

1

Number of Engineers:

1

Number of staff who have special needs and require physical assistance during evacuations or shelters-in-place:

1

Number of Private Custodial Personnel:

2

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CAMPUS INFORMATION The information below must itemize the specific elements of your school campus. Type of Structure:

BRICK

Number of floors:

3

Parking Type:

ATTACHED-ABOVEGROUND

Type of Refuse Retention: Number of Buildings: If more than one (1) building exists, please list: Other Building Name:

Other Building Address:

Number of Modulars:

0

Do students pass between buildings during the school day?

No

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NORMAL SCHOOL HOURS Identify the hours the school operates under normal conditions. Building Open Time:

0600

First Start Time:

0800

Last Dismissal Time:

1500

Lunch Start Time:

1150

Lunch End Time:

1300

Building Close Time:

1800

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BUILDING ACCESS & DISMISSAL PLAN List EXIT used by specific room numbers or grade groupings. If school campus includes multiple buildings, please type the name of building preceding the name of the Grade or Room Number. Identify the doors to which staff may gain entry and exit the school in the event there is a designated doorway.

If Exit is blocked and/or dangerous, use the closest, unobstructed exit. SCHOOL NAME, GRADE OR ROOM NUMBER

ENTRY DOOR

DISMISSAL DOOR

A103, A201, A202, A203, A205, A301, A302, A303, A304 A104 PM

SOUTHEAST DOORS

SOUTHEAST DOORS

MAIN ENTRANCE

SOUTHEAST DOORS

A104AM

SOUTHEAST DOORS

MAIN ENTRANCE

A108, A109, A207, A208, A209, A210 A110AM, A110PM

SOUTHWEST DOORS

SOUTHWEST DOORS

NORTHWEST ENTRANCE

NORTHWEST ENTRANCE

A306, A307, A308, A309, A310

SOUTHWEST DOORS

SOUTHWEST DOORS

VISITORS MAY ACCESS THE BUILDING AT THESE LOCATIONS:

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ARRIVAL/ DISMISSAL

TIME

ESTIMATED STUDENTS

MAIN ENTRANCE

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ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS UTILIZED Identify the location of the various security control measures utilized. Identify the specific door or room number at which each of these features may be found. PLEASE CHECK ALL THAT APPLY:

LIST LOCATION:

Unlocked Door w/ Security Person X

Locked Door w/ Security Person

MAIN ENTRANCE

X

Locked Door w/Remote Buzzer

MAIN ENTRANCE

X

A-Phone (InterComm/Buzzer)

MAIN OFFICE

X

Exterior Security Cameras

MAIN ENTRANCE

Interior Security Cameras Rapid Eye Other, please describe

Names and Titles of local, on-site person(s) responsible for Access Control Systems: FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

CELL PHONE

TITLES

CHRISTINE

ZELENKA

(773) 972-3423

PRINCIPAL

MATTHEW

MCALEER

MILDRED

VILLACRES

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ENGINEER (773) 456-2337

CPS SECURITY

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ENTRY SCREENING EQUIPMENT PLEASE IDENTIFY WHO EACH SECURITY DEVICE IS INTENDED TO SERVICE:

STUDENTS

STAFF

VISITORS

HAND-HELD METAL DETECTOR ID SWIPE SYSTEM

X

PHOTO ID VERIFICATION OF VISITOR IDENTITY

X

VISITOR SIGN-IN SHEET (USE INK PEN)

X

WALK-THROUGH METAL DETECTOR X-RAY

Names and Titles of local, on-site person(s) responsible for maintaining security equipment: FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

MATTHEW

MCALEER

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CELL PHONE

TITLES ENGINEER

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OPENING & CLOSING BUILDING List all persons who know alarms codes and are authorized to have keys to the building. FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

TITLE

ORDER OF CONTACT BY SAFETY &

KNOW HAVE SECURITY IN THE ALARM KEYS? EVENT OF AN AFTER CODES? HOUR EMERGENCY

CELL PHONE

HOME PHONE

(1, 2, 3, ETC) CHRISTINE

ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

Yes

Yes

1

(773) 972-3423

MICHAEL

RAMMER

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

Yes

Yes

2

(847) 858-8380

MARIO

CARRISQUILLO

CPS CUSTODIAN

Yes

Yes

3

773-569-7736

MATTHEW

MCALEER

ENGINEER

Yes

Yes

4

IVETTE

MARTINEZ

CUSTODIAN

Yes

Yes

5

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(773) 282-3234

(773) 240-709

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SCHOOL USAGE Schools are used by various groups on a regular basis. Identify the "before" and "after" school programs and organizations using schools on a regular basis, and all tenants/lessees that have leased space in the building (i.e. health clinic, daycare, etc.). (Do not include those using the building once or twice a year). NAME OF PROGRAM

TYPE OF PROGRAM

DAYS OF WEEK

START END TIME TIME

# OF PARTICIPANTS

TYPE OF USAGE

NAME OF PERSON SUPERVISING PROGRAM

CELL PHONE # OF PERSON SUPERVISING PROGRAM

ROOM #'S USED

EXTERIOR DOORS FOR ENTRY

EXTERIOR DOORS FOR DISMISSAL

SECURITY PERSONNEL ROSTER Identify the individuals providing security services. FIRST NAME

MILDRED

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LAST NAME

VILLACRES

CPS PART-TIME

OFF-DUTY CPS CPD FULL-TIME Yes

CPD HEAD OF ASSIGNED SECURITY TO SCHOOL Yes

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RADIO COMMUNICATIONS In an emergency, it is critical that responding personnel understand the potential communications devices that may be available to staff. Identify the type of radio communication utilized in the school. Please contact your Security Facilitator for questions regarding your radio communications. Type of Radio used: Brand:

Model:

HYT

TC518

Band / Channel Used:

Frequency Assigned

Service Provider:

1&2

2

N/A

SCHOOL RULES Indicate if your school's rules include procedures that address the following:

Tardy Students

X

In-House Movement of Students

X

Sign-Out of Students

X

Students Cutting Class (hall walkers)

X

Used for Dismissal

X

Staff in Building Beyond Scheduled Work Hours

X

Attach copy of published school rules.

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SECURITY PERSONNEL SCHEDULE Insert name of person performing security duties and his/her location. Complete time of day shown in column 1. If no security is provided during a particular time of day, please type "N/A"

Time of Day

Monday Name Location

0745 - 0815

MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES PLAYLOT PLAYLOT PLAYLOT PLAYLOT PLAYLOT

0815 - 1115

MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES HALL ROUNDS DESK HALL ROUNDS DESK HALL ROUNDS DESK HALL ROUNDS DESK HALL ROUNDS DESK

1115 - 1300

MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES PLAYLOT PLAYLOT PLAYLOT PLAYLOT PLAYLOT

1300 - 1445

MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES HALL ROUNDS DESK HALL ROUNDS DESK HALL ROUNDS DESK HALL ROUNDS DESK HALL ROUNDS DESK

1445 - 0545

MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES MILDRED VILLACRES PLAYLOT AND PLAYLOT AND PLAYLOT AND PLAYLOT AND PLAYLOT AND GROUNDS GROUNDS GROUNDS GROUNDS GROUNDS

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Tuesday Name Location

Wednesday Name Location

Thursday Name Location

Friday Name Location

Saturday Name Location

Sunday Name Location

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IMPORTANT BUILDING AREAS Give a general description of where each of the following building areas is located.

BUILDING AREA SCHOOL MAIN OFFICE SECURITY/POLICE OFFICE RECORDS ROOM CAFETERIA GYM MAINTENANCE STORAGE CLOSET(S) LIBRARY/MEDIA ROOM BOILER ROOM COMPUTER LAB OTHER - PLEASE DESCRIBE

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LOCATION (i.e. west hall, second floor) EAST HALL, FIRST FLOOR, ROOM 100 EAST HALL, FIRST FLOOR, MAIN ENTRANCE WEST HALL, SECOND FLOOR WEST HALL, FIRST FLOOR NORTHSIDE OF BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR EAST AND WEST HALLS, FIRST/SECOND/THIRD FLOOR WEST HALL, SECOND FLOOR, ROOM 206 BASEMENT EAST HALL, SECOND FLOOR COUNSELING OFFICE: WEST HALL, SECOND FLOOR, ROOM 206B

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INCIDENT COMMAND: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TEAM As discussed in Chapter 1 of the CPS Emergency Plan Manual, the NIMS protocols follow an incident command concept and structure. All responding agencies, including fire and police, will follow a similar structure when responding to a school emergency situation. For detailed information related to the NIMS concepts and the specific duties of the team members, refer to Section I, Chapter 2: Incident Command. The Incident Command System (ICS) positions outlined below should be identified and assigned appropriately. These staff members should receive additional training and have a greater familiarity with the Emergency Plan.

Incident Commander Public Information Officer Safety Officer Liaison Officer

Operations Chief

Logistics Chief

Search Team Coordinator

Transportation Coordinator

First Aid Team Coordinator

Food Sevices Coordinator

Planning Chief

Finance / Admin Chief Incident Reporting

Special Needs Evacuation Coordinator Crisis Intervention Coordinator

CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

Parent Reunion Coordinator

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INCIDENT COMMAND: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TEAM The school principal is responsible for overseeing the formation of the Emergency Management Team (EMT) and is the designated leader/Incident Commander. Incident Command and the Emergency Management Team is further discussed in Section I: Chapter 2. A school's EMT should capitalize on the unique training and expertise offered by various staff members. All assigned EMT personnel should be utilized in their assigned positions during all school drills. Staff members who are responsible for direct supervision of students should NOT be assigned an EMT role unless substitute coverage for students can and will be arranged. TITLE

DUTIES

REPORTS TO

SUGGESTED PERSONNEL

INCIDENT COMMANDER

Overall responsibility for managing incident by planning strategies and implementing tactics - often based on the info and suggestions being provided from other members of the emergency management team.

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER (PIO)

Serves as conduit for information to parents, media, and Office of Communications. Also ensures that media does not gain access to student or faculty during the incident. The PIO will also serve as the staff liaison by providing information to staff members about the incident. The PIO should also make sure the various school offices receive notification and updates about the event and that any needed resources are requested.

Incident Commander

Journalism Teacher, Assistant Principal, Trusted Staff Member

SAFETY OFFICER

Responds to scene of incident; monitors conditions and develops measures for assuring safety of response personnel. Takes steps to quickly secure the school from outside intruders; locates and turns off utilities as needed; notifying responding agencies of fire/Hazmat threat.

Incident Commander

Engineer, Custodian, Assistant Principal, Shop Teacher, Chemistry Teacher

LIAISON OFFICER

Primary contact for supporting/responding agencies; reports to main entrance of school to awaits emergency responders and direct them; informs responders of what the school has implemented to ensure the safety of the students.

Incident Commander

Security Guard, Engineer, Custodian, Staff With No Student Responsibility

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Principal

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TITLE

DUTIES

REPORTS TO

SUGGESTED PERSONNEL

OPERATIONS SECTION CHIEF

Responds to scene of incident; secures the scene, develops and directs action and tactics to carry out the incident objectives; organizes, assigns and supervises the response coordinators/assistants.

Incident Commander

Assistant Principal, Engineer

SEARCH TEAM COORDINATOR

Responsible for ensuring an accurate accounting of students and faculty and for coordinating efforts in accounting for missing or extra students/faculty. Facilitates movement of students within building and records all movement of students from regularly assigned classrooms to alternate safe locations; organizes teams to check the facility for students/faculty who are found outside of classroom assignment; coordinates with Special Needs Evacuation Assistants. Much of this role involves planning for an incident and communicating with the faculty the importance of removing rosters during an emergency so student accountability can take place.

Operations Section Chief

Custodian, Security, Assistant Principal, Experienced Teacher

FIRST AID Responsible for setting up first aid area for students and faculty, assessing and treating TEAM injuries or stabilizing individuals until help arrives, and completing any master injury reports. COORDINATOR This role also keeps in close contact with the Parent Reunion Coordinator.

Operations Section Chief

Nurse, Gym Teacher

SPECIAL NEEDS EVACUATION COORDINATOR

Operations Section Chief

Special Ed Teacher

CRISIS Responsible for assisting students and school personnel who are threatening violence INTERVENTION against self or others and are unable to cope with the fears and psychological trauma COORDINATOR associated with emergency. Counselors at the effected school must relay information to the Crisis Management OSES Unit. Identifying resources within the school system, county, and community should be planned and well organized before a crisis occurs.

Operations Section Chief

Social Worker, Nurse, School Psychologist

PARENT Reunification refers to getting students reunited with their parents or guardians in an REUNION efficient and orderly manner. Parent contact should be expected and planned for by giving COORDINATOR specific directions to the parents as they arrive in the area. Responsible for setting up secure reunion location where the parents can wait to be reunited with their child and obtain information about the event. The coordinator should always be at this site and work with the PIO for information that can be released to the parents. The Parent Reunion Coordinator is also responsible for bringing necessary documents to the relocation site, checking student emergency cards for authorized releases, completing release logs and recording names of victims transported to hospital (and the name of hospitals to which victims are transported.)

Operations Section Chief

Assistant Principal, Teacher

Assists individuals with disabilities to a safe location or area of rescue assistance. Tracks the evacuation location of individuals with disabilities. Communicates if any person has been left at an Area of Rescue Assistance. Assists in planning for evacuation aides and Areas of Rescue Assistance

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INCIDENT COMMAND: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TEAM SUGGESTED PERSONNEL

Logistics, Planning and Finance Activated as needed, to support the incident response directed by the Operations section LOGISTICS SECTION CHIEF

Orders, obtains, maintains, accounts for essential personnel, equipment, food, and supplies; provides services and materials to support operations; sets up and maintains incident facilities; provides transportation support; provides medical services to incident personnel (not injured students).

Incident Commander

FOOD SERVICES COORDINATOR

Logistics Section When students are moved to an off-site location, the Food Services Coordinator from Chief the receiving school is responsible for coordinating the distribution of food and hydration supplies to the relocated students. Is also responsible for food distribution for prolonged lock-downs at their own school.

Assistant Principal, Experienced Teacher, Reading Specialist

Lunchroom Attendant

TRANSPORTATION Responsible for arranging transportation plans and Safe Passage Routes for COORDINATOR emergency relocations; keeps current contact list of transportation providers. Determines when posted evacuation routes cannot be utilized and informs Operations Section Chief; Also coordinates with the Logistics Section Chief to secure the needed space and supplies if necessary.

Logistics Section Chief

Assistant Principal, Experienced Teacher, CLERK

PLANNING SECTION CHIEF

Collects, evaluates, and maintains the status of all incident resources. Prepares the Incident Action Plan (IAP), see Appendix E for further detail. Tracks resources assigned to incident, develops plans for demobilization (including special needs). Also plans for possible scenarios with regard to student care and long-term needs.

Incident Commander

Assistant Principal, Experienced Teacher, Reading Specialist

FINANCE/ ADMINISTRATION SECTION CHIEF

Keeps accurate records of the events, decisions, and actions including annotation of time for potential state or federal reimbursement; initiate incident reports in appropriate systems. Records will help ensure all critical tasks have been completed and allow the incident commander to track all activities. This written record will also help the police or fire department reconstruct the events during the subsequent investigation. Must submit Incident Report into CPS Oracle system.

Incident Commander

School Clerk, Secretary, Assistant Principal

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INCIDENT COMMAND: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TEAM EMT ROLE

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

SCHOOL TITLE

ROOM/ LOCATION

WORK PHONE

CELL PHONE

HOME PHONE

INCIDENT COMMANDER

CHRISTINE

ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

100

(773) 534-9892

(773) 972-3423

(773) 282-3234

LIAISON OFFICER

MATTHEW

MCALEER

ENGINEER

BASEMENT OFFICE

(773) 534-5224

SAFETY OFFICER

MILDRED

VILLACRES

CPS SECURITY

SECURITY DESK

(773) 534-5223

(773) 456-2337

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

MICHAEL

RAMMER

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

(773) 534-5223

(847) 858-8380

FINANCE / ADMINISTRATION SECTION CHIEF

MARTHA

AYALA

CLERK

773 534-5223

(773) 981-8425

PLANNING SECTION CHIEF

FRANK

DEJOHNS

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(773) 286-8879

OPERATIONS SECTION CHIEF

REBECA

SHICK

TEACHER

(773)534-5223

(773)259-1113

SEARCH TEAM COORDINATOR

MARIO

CARRISQUILLO

CPS CUSTODIAN

773-534-5224

773-569-7736

SEARCH TEAM COORDINATOR

IVETTE

MARTINEZ

CUSTODIAN

773-534-5223

(773) 240-709

FIRST AID TEAM COORDINATOR

SHALVA

BANKER

NURSE

FIRST AID TEAM COORDINATOR

ROBERT

PASTERNAK

TEACHER

GYM

(773) 534-5223

(773) 481-9580

SPECIAL NEEDS EVACUATION COORDINATOR

KATHRYN

KUBOWICZ

TEACHER

300B

(773) 534-5223

(262) 353-6489

CRISIS INTERVENTION COORDINATOR

MONICA

MEDINA

COUNSELOR

206B

(773) 534-5225

(773) 391-4432

PARENT REUNION COORDINATOR

KELLY

MCGUSHIN

LITERACY LEAD AUDITORIUM

(773) 534-5223

630-730-1205

PARENT REUNION COORDINATOR

HANNAH

BIRDSALL

SPED TEACHER

773-534-5223

607-793-8304

LOGISTICS SECTION CHIEF

MICHAEL

RAMMER

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

(773) 534-5223

(847) 858-8380

TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR

CHIARA

KEARNEY

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(630) 898-8639

FOOD SERVICES COORDINATOR

DAISY

VALENTIN

LUNCHROOM MANAGER

773-534-5269

312-216-7743

INCIDENT REPORTING

LAURA

AGUIRRE

CLERK ASST

773-534-5223

773-699-8686

ALTERNATE INCIDENT

MICHAEL

RAMMER

ASSISTANT

(773) 534-5223

(847) 858-8380

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100

BASEMENT OFFICE

(773) 534-5225

100

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COMMANDER

PRINCIPAL

COMMUNICATIONS: SCHOOL CALLING PLAN Use the calling plan table to inform key personnel of an emergency situation after hours. (Please make additional copies of this page as needed.) Each person on the calling list calls the person listed below his/her name. If they cannot reach the person directly, the person calls the next person on the list but continues to attempt to contact the person who was not reached. After being contacted, the last person on the call list calls the first person. When the first person receives a call from the last person, all initial internal school notifications of an emergency have been completed. The School Calling Plan is further discussed in Section I, Chapter 3. FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

CHRISTINE

ZELENKA

MICHAEL

RAMMER

MATTHEW

CONTACT ORDER

WORK PHONE

HOME PHONE

CELL PHONE

PRINCIPAL

(773) 534-9892

(773) 282-3234

(773) 972-3423

1

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

(773) 534-5223

(847) 858-8380

2

MCALEER

ENGINEER

(773) 534-5224

MONICA

MEDINA

COUNSELOR

(773) 534-5225

(773) 391-4432

4

REBECA

SHICK

TEACHER

(773)534-5223

(773)259-1113

5

KELLY

MCGUSHIN

LITERACY LEAD

(773) 534-5223

630-730-1205

6

MARTHA

AYALA

CLERK

773 534-5223

(773) 981-8425

7

DAISY

VALENTIN

LUNCHROOM MANAGER

773-534-5269

312-216-7743

8

MICHELE

SERA

TEACHER

(773) 534-5079

(773) 545-6948

9

KATHLEEN

KELLY

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(773) 315-8261

10

ALISA

LEE

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(847) 269-3970

11

PENNY

SHULTZ

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(773) 391-6956

12

SONIA

ZAMARRON

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(773)586-6092

13

FRANK

DEJOHNS

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(773) 286-8879

14

CHIARA

KEARNEY

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(630) 898-8639

15

PETER

DELAURENTIS

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(773) 617-3528

16

ROBERT

PASTERNAK

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(773) 481-9580

17

KATHRYN

KUBOWICZ

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(262) 353-6489

18

HOWARD

GANS

TEACHER

(773) 534-5223

(773) 860-4204

19

MILDRED

VILLACRES

CPS SECURITY

(773) 534-5223

(773) 456-2337

20

SHALVA

BANKER

NURSE

(773) 534-5225

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3

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COMMUNICATIONS: EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS Complete the numbers below that are specific to your school location. UNIT

PHONE NUMBER

EMERGENCY POLICE/FIRE/EMS POLICE/FIRE NON EMERGENCY

911 311

CHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH CHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH

(312) 742-7919 Emergency (312) 747-9884 Non-Emergency (312) 747-9878

ILLINOIS DCFS CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE ILLINOIS POISON CONTROL CENTER

(800) 252-2873 (800) 942-5969

CPS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER CPS CRISIS INTERVENTION

(773) 553-1500 (773) 553-1790

CPS STUDENT SAFETY CENTER CPS COORDINATOR OF SCHOOL HEALTH

(773) 553-3335 (773) 553-1830

CPS LAW DEPARTMENT CPS OPERATIONS PORTFOLIO MANAGER

(773) 553-1700 (773) 553-2900

CPS OFFICE OF INSTRUCTION & SCHOOL MANAGEMENT CPS RISK MANAGEMENT

(773) 553-2150/2222 (773) 553-3310

CPS SAFETY & SECURITY EMERGENCY PLANNING CPS STUDENT TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

(773) 553-3030 (773) 553-2860

CPS TELECOMMUNICATIONS GAS COMPANY-PEOPLES' GAS

(773) 553-3000 1-866-556-6001

ELECTRICAL POWER COMPANY-COMED TELEPHONE COMPANY-ATT

1-800-334-7661 1-800-480-8088

AMERICAN RED CROSS CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT LOCAL DISTRICT

(312) 729-6100 3127424410

SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUNSELOR CENTRAL OUR LADY OF RESURRECTION

7735345223 7732827000

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COMMUNICATIONS: CENTRAL OFFICE COMMUNICATION PLAN In an emergency, schools must first call 911 for appropriate assistance. As soon as practicable, a call should be placed to Student Safety Center and your Area Office. If appropriate, the school should also contact DCFS. Safety & Security and the Area Office will make the appropriate contacts to central offices to ensure appropriate support for the school given the situation. In the event of an after-hours emergency, contact the Student Safety Center at (773) 553-3335 for assistance in making the appropriate contacts.

School Call 911

Student Safety Center 3-3335

Network Chief

Allegations of Abuse/Neglect DCFS 1-800-252-2873

CEO 3-1500

Board President 3-1600

Specialized Education & Support 3-1800

Communications 3-1620 Mayor's Office 312-744-3334

Crisis Intervention 3-1790

Chief Adminstrative Officer 3-1500 Law 3-1700

Operations/Facilities 3-2900 Transportation 3-2860 Food Service 3-2830 Telecommunications 3-3330 Ombudsman 3-1000/3-1004 Risk Management 3-3310

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EMERGENCY LOCATIONS It is essential that emergency locations are identified and this information is shared with staff on a regular basis. These locations should be utilized during all drills to ensure that staff and students are aware of their expected destinations in the event of an emergency. Emergency Locations are further discussed in Section I, Chapter 4. EMERGENCY LOCATIONS

LOCATION - Describe proximity to closest room number

PRIMARY COMMAND CENTER

MAIN OFFICE - ROOM 100

SECONDARY COMMAND CENTER OFF-SITE COMMAND CENTER

ENGINEER'S OFFICE - BASEMENT; SOUTH END OF BLDG. EAST PLAYGROUND

MEDIA BRIEFING AREA PARENT STAGING AREA (INSIDE SCHOOL)

WEST PLAYGROUND AUDITORIUM

PARENT STAGING AREA (OUTSIDE SCHOOL) EMS TRIAGE AREA

FRONT OF SCHOOL EAST PLAYGROUND

ELECTRICAL VAULT SHUT-OFF GAS SHUT-OFF

ELECTRICAL ROOM (UPS SYSTEM) BASEMENT - BOILER ROOM; SOUTH END OF BLDG.

FIRST AID KIT PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM

OFFICE, ROOMS 104, 103, 110, ENGINEER'S OFFICE, GYM ROOM 31 MAIN OFFICE

FIRE ANNUNCIATOR PANEL CAMERA SYSTEM DVR

ELECTRIC ROOM (107 ADJACENT) MAIN OFFICE - DVR N/A

EMERGENCY GO KIT POTS PHONE JACKS

BASEMENT (BENEATH STAIRS) MAIN OFFICE

CHANGE OF CLASS BELLS ALARM CONTROL PANEL

MAIN OFFICE BASEMENT - REAR EXIT

BURGLAR ALARM PANEL

BASEMENT - REAR EXIT

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EMERGENCY LOCATIONS: INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SAFE LOCATIONS Interior Safe Location Each classroom should have a designated safe location inside the school in the event that the classroom must be migrated to a safer area. This location would be used in the event of a tornado or exterior hazard in the school area. Avoid areas with a great deal of glass or wide-span ceilings (gymnasiums or lunchrooms). The basement or lowest possible levels are desirable in the event of a tornado. An Interior Safe Location must be in the same building as room being evacuated. Attendance lists must accompany a teacher whenever the classroom is evacuated. Attendance must be taken every time the class moves to a location (e.g., at time of migration to Interior Safe Location, again if evacuated to an Exterior Safe Location or Alternate Evacuation Site) A list of missing students should be formed any time attendance is taken, noting the student's possible location (i.e. excused to bathroom.) Exterior Safe Location In the event that the school must be evacuated, each teacher and staff member should be aware of the area to which that classroom is to report. Each classroom should be assigned an Exterior Safe Location outside the building and teachers should keep classes intact. Attendance lists must accompany a teacher whenever the classroom is evacuated. Attendance must be taken every time the class moves to a location (e.g., once the class reaches the Exterior Safe Location, again if evacuated to the Alternate Evacuation Site.) A list of missing students should be formed any time attendance is taken, noting the student's possible location (i.e. excused to bathroom.) The evacuation route to each Exterior Safe Location must be posted in the classroom Alternate Evacuation Site An alternate evacuation site in the area should also be identified in the event the evacuation must take students and staff further away from the building than the Exterior Safe Area or in the event of inclement weather during an evacuation. Consider another school, public building or church. Arrangements should be made with the administrators of that facility as part of the planning process. A Safe Passage Route should be mapped out and included in the plan. Attendance lists must accompany a teacher whenever the classroom is evacuated. Attendance must be taken every time the class moves to a location (e.g., at time building is evacuated; again if evacuated to an off-site location.) A list of missing students should be formed any time attendance is taken, noting the student's possible location (i.e. excused to bathroom.) ALTERNATE EVACUATION SITE Name

Address

Phone

Emergency Phone

MARSHALL MIDDLE SCHOOL

3900 N LAWNDALE AVE CHICAGO, IL 60618

7735345200

7735345200

Contact

CPS Evacuation Sites CPS has identified 12 predetermined evacuation sites in the event that school selected Alternate Evacuation Sites are not available. These locations are listed in Appendix A.

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EMERGENCY LOCATIONS: INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SAFE LOCATIONS An Interior and Exterior Safe Location must be designated for every classroom, office or general use area in every building. If the school campus has multiple buildings (annexes, mobile units, branches) please state the name of the building before the room number. CLASSROOM/BUILDING AREA

DESIGNATED INTERIOR SAFE LOCATION

DESIGNATED EXTERIOR SAFE LOCATION

OFFICE ROOM 100

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 100

EAST SIDE OF 3800 DRAKE STREET

103

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 103

SOUTH SIDE OF 3400 GRACE STREET

104

SOUTH SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 104

EAST SIDE OF 3800 DRAKE STREET

108

WEST SIDE OF AUDITORIUM FLOOR

EAST SIDE OF 3700 CENTRAL PARK

109

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 109

SOUTH SIDE OF 3600 GRACE STREET

110

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 110

SOUTH SIDE OF 3600 GRACE STREET

201

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 201

SOUTH SIDE OF 3400 GRACE STREET

202

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 202

SOUTH SIDE OF 3400 GRACE STREET

203

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 203

EAST SIDE OF 3800 DRAKE STREET

204

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 203

EAST SIDE OF 3800 DRAKE STREET

205

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 205

EAST SIDE OF 3800 DRAKE STREET

206

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 206

EAST SIDE OF 3700 CENTRAL PARK

207

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 208

EAST SIDE OF 3700 CENTRAL PARK

208

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 208

EAST SIDE OF 3700 CENTRAL PARK

209

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 209

SOUTH SIDE OF 3600 GRACE STREET

210

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 210

SOUTH SIDE OF 3600 GRACE STREET

301

EAST SIDE OF AUDITORIUM FLOOR

SOUTH SIDE OF 3400 GRACE STREET

302

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 201

SOUTH SIDE OF 3400 GRACE STREET

303

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 202

EAST SIDE OF 3800 DRAKE STREET

304

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 103

EAST SIDE OF 3800 DRAKE STREET

305

WEST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 305

EAST SIDE OF 3800 DRAKE STREET

306

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 109

EAST SIDE OF 3700 CENTRAL PARK

307

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 209

EAST SIDE OF 3700 CENTRAL PARK

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308

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 210

EAST SIDE OF 3700 CENTRAL PARK

309

EAST SIDE OF HALLWAY BY 110

SOUTH SIDE OF 3600 GRACE STREET

310

WEST SIDE OF AUDITORIUM FLOOR

SOUTH SIDE OF 3600 GRACE STREET

GYMNASIUM

EAST SIDE OF AUDITORIUM FLOOR

SOUTH SIDE OF 3400 GRACE STREET

300A/B

EAST SIDE OF AUDITORIUM FLOOR

SOUTH SIDE OF 3400 GRACE STREET

300C

WEST SIDE OF AUDITORIUM FLOOR

EAST SIDE OF 3700 CENTRAL PARK

If your school size warrants additional space, please include a supplemental chart as an attachment to this plan.

EMERGENCY LOCATIONS: EVACUATION ROUTES TO EXTERIOR SAFE LOCATIONS Identify each room within the school and which exterior door students and staff in that room will utilize in the event of an exterior evacuation. If the listed route / exit is blocked and/or dangerous, the closest unobstructed route / exit should be utilized. ROOM DESCRIPTION Example: Main Office or Room 102.

EXIT DOOR TO BE UTILIZED Example: Main Entrance or West Exterior Doors

IS THIS ROUTE ACCESSIBLE TO THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS WHO REQUIRE PHYSICAL ASSISTANCE?

103, 201, 202, 301, 302, GYM,300AB

MAIN ENTRANCE (DOOR 1)

Yes

104, 203, 204, 205, 303, 304, 305

SOUTHEAST DOOR (DOOR 2)

Yes

107, 108, 206, 300C, 306, 307, 308

SOUTHWEST DOOR (DOOR 3)

Yes

311, 207, 208

SOUTHWEST DOOR (DOOR 3)

Yes

109, 110, 209, 210, 309, 310

NORTHWEST DOOR (DOOR 4)

Yes

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EMERGENCY LOCATIONS: SPECIAL NEEDS AREAS OF RESCUE ASSISTANCE Areas of Rescue Assistance must be identified in each school building. Any person who is unable to evacuate the building, or who the Evacuation Team is unable to evacuate, will be placed at the Area of Rescue Assistance. Personnel must be assigned to assist a special needs person and report if they have been located at an Area of Rescue Assistance in the event of an evacuation. Whenever a person is left at an Area of Rescue Assistance, the designated Rescue Assistant must immediately report the situation to the Special Needs Evacuation Coordinator under the Incident Command structure. More information on managing persons with Special Needs is available in Section I, Chapter 6. LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

STUDENT TYPE STAFF DISABILITY OTHER

DOPPELT

HANNAH

STAFF

DURAN

CESAR

STUDENT

LUCAS

SANDY

STAFF

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Physically Handicapped--Mild Multiple Handicaps-Moderate Physically Handicapped--Mild

STUDENT OR STAFF ID

41810629

USUAL ROOM LOCATION

RESCUE ASSISTANT

AREA OF RESCUE ASSISTANCE

310

IVETTE MARTINEZ

A304

KATHRYN KUBOWICZ

3RD FLOOR SOUTHWEST STAIRS 3RD FLOOR SOUTHEAST STAIRS

305

IVETTE MARTINEZ

3RD FLOOR SOUTHEAST STAIRS

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EMERGENCY LOCATIONS: SAFE PASSAGE ROUTES A Safe Passage Route should be established and followed by all staff members in the event that an emergency warrants the Incident Commander to direct an evacuation to the Alternate Evacuation Site. A Safe Passage Route can be mapped by using the Chicago Police Department's CLEAR Map application. Download a neighborhood map from the CLEAR site detailed below. The following must be marked on the map: Exterior Safe Locations Alternate Safe Location identified for your school Routes to the Alternate Safe Location. Bus staging areas in the neighborhood (in the event that busses cannot safely proceed to school) Two ways in which you can include your Safe Passage Route in your Emergency Plan include: Save map image and use Microsoft Word's drawing feature to identify Alternate Safe Location and Safe Passage Route Print the map and hand draw the items in the above list and scanning the document to create an electronic copy (tif, gif, or pdf) In addition to the drawing of the route, the Safe Passage Route directives must also be written. For example: Proceed east on George Street to Sheffield. Turn left and proceed north on Sheffield to Nelson. Turn right and proceed east on Nelson to Alternate Evacuation Site (insert name). CLEAR MAPS Use the Chicago Police Department's CLEAR application found at

http://gis.chicagopolice.org

to download a neighborhood map.

Perform a search for incidents by clicking on the image:

Step 1: Select the current date Step 2: Using the drop down menu in "Step 2", select your school. Step 3: Select the distance from your school you wish to include. RECOMMENDED DISTANCE is 1/8 mile. The application will return a computer drawn map. Eliminate icons representing crime on the map by unselecting crimes using the checklist on the right side of the screen. Print the map by clicking on the PRINT MAP option on the upper right side of the screen. Save the image to your desktop by placing your mouse anywhere over the image of the map and right clicking. Select "Save As" on the pop up menu. You will be prompted to select a location on your desk top to which to save the file. NOTE: the default location is Windows "My Pictures" folder. See image on following page for additional assistance.

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CLEAR MAPS Access the CLEAR map at http://gis.chicagopolice.org

Print

Zoom in/out Save As

Select/Unselect crimes here

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The final Safe Passage Route Map and directions should look like this:

Directions: Proceed east on George Street to Sheffield. Turn left and proceed north on Sheffield to Nelson. Turn right and proceed east on Nelson to Alternate Evacuation Site (insert name).

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EMERGENCY LOCATIONS: EXTERIOR SITE PLAN A floor plan of the school and areas outside the school must be available in the Emergency Plan. Schools might use a copy of a plat survey or other document available to show the general outline of the school building and surrounding land. Each of the following must be identified on the Emergency Site Plan:

Exterior Safe Locations for each classroom, office, building location Command Centers Exterior Parent Staging Area Parent Reunification Area Media Staging Area First Aid Staging Area

School playground School parking lot Location of security cameras Student drop off & pick up sites utilized on a typical school day

Document must be included in the electronic Emergency Plan submitted by the school as well as all printed plan documents. The Exterior Site Plan can be prepared and scanned for submission. Please contact the Student Safety Center (3-3335) if you need assistance in scanning your documents.

EMERGENCY LOCATIONS: INTERIOR SITE PLAN This is the floor plan of each floor of the building, specifically identifying each classroom and room in the building. This plan may be several pages. The following elements should be included in the Interior Site Plans: Command Centers Interior Safe Location for each classroom, office, building location Electrical, Water and Gas Shut-Off Valves PA/Intercom System Fire Enunciator Panel Interior Parent Staging Area

Security cameras Visual alarms Labs (science, photo, cosmetology, auto shop, etc.) Areas of Rescue Assistance Evacuation chair locations

Drawings of evacuation routes from each classroom should be posted in each classroom and included in the Emergency Plan. The drawing should include that classroom, surrounding classrooms, hallways, stairways and exterior doors that are to be utilized for that classroom If any school is in need of assistance with the Site Plans, contact Capital Program Office at 773-553-3310.

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CPS CRISIS CODES All schools must use ELSA codes to notify building occupants what actions to take during an emergency. These codes should be prominently posted through out the building so that itinerant staff and visitor are familiar with them and follow them in an emergency. All school personnel are to be trained on these codes to ensure staff members understand the severity of a situation once the code is called. All visiting CPS personnel will be equally familiar with the code structure. Evacuation Incident Commander orders call for Evacuation or the Fire Alarm is sounded. Students and staff proceed to the Exterior Safe Location pre-designated for the room they are located in at the time the Evacuation Code is called. If necessary, Incident Commander calls for move from Exterior Safe Locations to Alternate Evacuation Site. Lockdown No one moves unless otherwise announced by Incident Commander. All classroom doors are closed and locked. Windows are closed and shades are pulled down if appropriate. Incident Commander must: Order exterior doors locked Direct students/staff located outside building to: Proceed to Alternate Evacuation Site Proceed into building to Interior Safe Location Appropriate Classroom Consider redirecting school buses enroute to the school to the bus staging area Consider directive to close all air intake and related mechanicals in the event of a hazardous materials situation Incident Commander may allow for classroom movement if appropriate and ONLY IF SPECIFICALLY ANNOUNCED. Any open campus privileges are cancelled for the rest of the day Shelter-in-place Appropriate for threats of tornado or threat in the neighborhood. Students and staff proceed to the Interior Safe Location pre-designated for the room they are located in at the time the Shelter-in-Place code is called. If situation is so dire for a classroom or area of the building (i.e. gunshots outside of school) teacher/staff should direct students to drop to the floor and seek cover under tables, desks, counters, etc. - staying away from exterior windows -- until the situation allows them to proceed to the Interior Safe Location. All Clear Threat or emergency has passed and the school is returning to normal operations. Incident Commander returns school authority to principal or designee. Principal or designee announces the bell scheduled for the rest of the day and any other information pertinent to the recovery from the situation.

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SCHOOL EMERGENCY GO KITS In anticipation of an emergency, each school must maintain its CPS Emergency Kit, referred to as a GO KIT in wheeled containers which were delivered to schools in 2005 and 2011. The GO KIT provides resources that will be useful in an emergency. In the event of a school evacuation, the Incident Commander should take the GO KIT out of the school building. In addition, schools should consider preparing and maintaining emergency GO KIT in each classroom. Because students, staff, class schedules, and plans change throughout the year, schools must update their kits on a regular basis. Schools are responsible for maintaining and replenishing supplies in their GO KIT. Review the list below and check off the items that are in the kits in working order and required documents are up-to-date. School Emergency GO KITS are further discussed in the Emergency Plan Manual.

GO KIT CONTENTS CPS GO KIT container (plastic tote to store contents/Mobile Aid Station) CPS Emergency Management Team armbands (worn to identify members of the school EMT) CPS barricade tape Flashlights Stick-on name tags Marking pens First Aid supplies Whistles Bullhorn Rubber gloves Face masks Notebook Disposable camera

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Emergency Management Plan and Manual, including Exterior Site and Evacuation Plans Documents listing: a) Emergency Management Team Roster and Contact Information b) Alternative assignments for each classroom teacher who is on the EMT c) Location of School Incident Command Post, staging areas, and other emergency locations d) Crisis Codes e) Telephone contacts and staff list f) Classes by homeroom and class period with updated Student Rosters g) Students and/or staff with disabilities by class period and location h) Incident-specific protocols i) Student sign-out log j) Visitor Log k) Interior and Exterior Safe Location Evacuation Plans Interior Site Plans identifying the location of all rooms, hallways, exits, stairwells, elevators, fire extinguishers, fire alarm pull boxes, panic alarms, fire suppression systems, defibrillators, telephones, utility shut-offs, and phones, including a POTS (Plain Old Telephone System) phone. Portable/Cellular telephones Hand-held radios POTS phone (Line powered plain old telephone system, non VOIP or PBX phone that utilizes an analog phone line and does not rely on external power source or server) Emergency Contact Forms for Students Traffic cones and barricades Signs to mark staging areas Blankets

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EMERGENCY DRILLS: SCHOOL SAFETY DRILL ACT Emergency drilling is discussed in detail in Section I, Chapter 8. In compliance with the provisions of PA 94-600 (105 ILCS 128), also known as the School Safety Drill Act, each school will plan for three (3) Evacuations, one (1) Severe Weather/Shelter-in place, one (1) Bus Evacuation drill, and one (1) Allergen Drill. Schools will strive to plan one (1) Law Enforcement exercise during the school year. A Chicago Fire Department official must sign off that one drill was completed. Appendix D contains forms for documenting the annual required School Safety Drills and the Bus Drill Verification form. All scheduled drill dates and drill completion dates must be recorded in FIMS. The elementary school principal will receive notification from the Department of Transportation (773-553-2860) as to when a bus evacuation drill will be scheduled with the bus company serving his/her school. The Bus Drill Verification form must be completed by school and bus company officials and submitted to the schools Area Office as evidence of completion of the drill.

School:

MURPHY, JOHN B. SCHOOL

District:

017

Scheduled Date

Type Drill

Date Completed

Drill Certificate

Official Agency (Police/Fire) Approval By

Official Agency (Police/Fire) Approval Title

Official Agency Comments

01-NOV-2012

FIRE/EVACUATION 1 FIRE/EVACUATION 1 FIRE/EVACUATION 1 FIRE/EVACUATION 1 FIRE/EVACUATION 1 FIRE/EVACUATION 1 FIRE/EVACUATION 1 FIRE/EVACUATION 2 FIRE/EVACUATION 2 FIRE/EVACUATION 2 FIRE/EVACUATION 2

01-NOV-2012

Yes

CHRISTINE ZELENKA

CFD

1:55

22-SEP-2011

Yes

HOMA

E-106

1:50SEC

24-SEP-2015

DR. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

24-SEP-2015

DR. ZELENKA

22-SEP-2011 18-SEP-2014 24-SEP-2015 24-SEP-2015 22-SEP-2010 13-SEP-2013 02-NOV-2015 07-OCT-2011 12-DEC-2012 26-MAR-2015

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18-SEP-2014

22-SEP-2010

Yes

ROBERT SMIEGOWSKI

LIEUTENANT

13-SEP-2013

Yes

T13

CFD

07-OCT-2011

Yes

LT. DAVID OTTO

LIEUTENANT

12-DEC-2012

Yes

CFD

CFD

C. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

26-MAR-2015

1:40

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28-OCT-2010 22-NOV-2013 18-DEC-2013 24-APR-2015 05-APR-2013 21-NOV-2011 24-NOV-2010 01-APR-2016 07-JUN-2012 10-MAY-2012 19-APR-2012 03-MAR-2011 18-FEB-2011 28-APR-2011 29-MAR-2012 16-FEB-2012 08-DEC-2011 09-DEC-2010 02-MAY-2013 21-JUN-2013 21-JUN-2013 26-JAN-2012 27-MAR-2014 20-FEB-2014 03-MAR-2015

FIRE/EVACUATION 2 FIRE/EVACUATION 2 FIRE/EVACUATION 3 FIRE/EVACUATION 3 FIRE/EVACUATION 3 FIRE/EVACUATION 3 FIRE/EVACUATION 3 FIRE/EVACUATION 3 FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ FIRE/EVAC 4,5,6,7,8+ BUS EVACUATION

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28-OCT-2010

Yes

ROBERT SMIEGOWSKI

LIEUTENANT

22-NOV-2013

Yes

CAPT RICHARDS

CFD

18-DEC-2013

Yes

CAPT RICHARDS

CFD

C. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

24-APR-2015

2:20

05-APR-2013

Yes

LT. MUSCOLINO

CFD

21-NOV-2011

Yes

DAVID OTTO

LIEUTENANT

24-NOV-2010

Yes

ROBERT SMIEGOWSKI

LIEUTENANT

1:43

07-JUN-2012

Yes

ROBERT SMIEGOWSKI

LT.

1:35

10-MAY-2012

Yes

H. MALANDER

CFD T-13

1:59

19-APR-2012

Yes

CFD

03-MAR-2011

Yes

ROBERT SMIEGOWSKI

LIEUTENANT

OFFICER LEFT BEFORE SIGN. 1:45 GOOD

18-FEB-2011

Yes

DAVID OTTO

LIEUTENANT

GOOD

28-APR-2011

Yes

KENNETH SOO

CAPTAIN

1:55

29-MAR-2012

Yes

E-106

1:23

16-FEB-2012

Yes

CFD CAPTAIN GIORDANO CFD

CAPT. E106 GIORDANO

1:48

08-DEC-2011

Yes

R. LANG

LIEUTENANT T-13

2:25

09-DEC-2010

Yes

ROBERT SMIEGOWSKI

LIEUTENANT

1:30

02-MAY-2013

Yes

E106

CFD

1:15

21-JUN-2013

Yes

CAPTAIN

CFD

DRILL

21-JUN-2013

Yes

CAPTAIN

CFD

DRILL

26-JAN-2012

Yes

GIORDANO

CAPTAIN E106

1:49

27-MAR-2014

Yes

LT. EXTER

CFD

E106

20-FEB-2014

Yes

CAPT RICHARDS

CFD

C. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

03-MAR-2015

1:54

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24-FEB-2012

BUS EVACUATION

24-FEB-2012

11-APR-2014

BUS EVACUATION

11-APR-2014

19-FEB-2015

LAW/LOCKDOWN ENFORCEMENT LAW/LOCKDOWN ENFORCEMENT LAW/LOCKDOWN ENFORCEMENT LAW/LOCKDOWN ENFORCEMENT LAW/LOCKDOWN ENFORCEMENT LAW/LOCKDOWN ENFORCEMENT LAW/LOCKDOWN ENFORCEMENT LAW/LOCKDOWN ENFORCEMENT

19-FEB-2015

04-APR-2013

13-MAR-2015

TORNADO/SHELTE R-INPLACE/WEATH TORNADO/SHELTE R-INPLACE/WEATH TORNADO/SHELTE R-INPLACE/WEATH TORNADO/SHELTE R-INPLACE/WEATH TORNADO/SHELTE R-INPLACE/WEATH TORNADO/SHELTE R-INPLACE/WEATH TORNADO/SHELTE R-INPLACE/WEATH ALLERGEN DRILL

01-DEC-2015

ALLERGEN DRILL

27-MAR-2014 08-JAN-2013 06-FEB-2013 18-OCT-2013 26-APR-2011 30-SEP-2015 30-NOV-2011

04-APR-2013

02-NOV-2015

23-MAR-2010

18-OCT-2013

30-NOV-2011

19-FEB-2015

27-MAR-2014

Emergency Plan 2014-2015

Yes

JESSE TANG

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

C. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

C. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

27-MAR-2014

Yes

C. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

10:50 AM

08-JAN-2013

Yes

RAFAEL CONTRERAS

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

4:00

06-FEB-2013

Yes

CHRISTINE ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

2:35

MR. CONTRERAS

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

2:35

JESSE TANG

ASST. PRINCIPAL

GOOD

JESSE TANG

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

CHRISTINE ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

1ST FLOOR: 3:25 2ND FLOOR: 3:00 3RD FLOOR: 1:56 3:30

18-OCT-2013

MR. CONTRERAS

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

30-NOV-2011

JESSE TANG

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

19-FEB-2015

C. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

27-MAR-2014

C. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

13-MAR-2015

C. ZELENKA

PRINCIPAL

18-OCT-2013 26-APR-2011

Yes

30-NOV-2011

Yes

23-MAR-2010

2:50

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THE ILLINOIS SCHOOL SAFETY DRILL ACT REQUIREMENTS HB2693 (PA 94-0600) This act applies to all public and private facilities that offers elementary or secondary education to students under the age of 21. When a school has more than one location, each different location shall be considered its own school. School Evacuation Drills- During each academic year, schools "must" conduct a minimum of three(3) school evacuation drills to address and prepare students and school personnel for fire incidents. One of the three drills shall require the participation of the local fire department. Each school administrator will contact the local fire department by Sept. 15 and propose four dates in October for the drill. The fire department official may choose any of the four available dates for the drill. School administrators and fire officials, by mutual consent, may plan a fire drill before or after the month of Oct. Upon participation of the fire department, the fire official shall certify the school evacuation drill was conducted. On or before Sept. 14th, school and fire officials mutually may waive fire department participation. Schools may conduct additional school evacuation drills to account for other evacuation incidents. Bus Evacuation Drill - During each academic year, schools "must" conduct a minimum of one bus evacuation drill. This drill shall be accounted for in the curriculum in all public schools. Shall include instruction in safe bus riding practices for all students. May include procedures in case of fire, suspicious items and hazardous materials. Law Enforcement Drill - During each academic year, schools "must" conduct one law enforcement drill which prepares students and school personnel for incidents including reverse evacuations, lockdowns, shootings, bomb threats and hazard materials. The appropriate local law enforcement agency must be contacted by the school administrator to request participation in an on site drill. The law enforcement official shall certify the drill was conducted. Severe Weather/Shelter in Place Drill - Schools "must" conduct a minimum of one severe weather or shelter-in-place drill to account for other incidents, including without limitation earthquakes or hazardous materials. All drills will be conducted at each school building that houses school children. Severe weather includes; shear winds, lightning, tornados, and earthquakes. Hazardous materials include; chemical, incendiary, and explosives. Allergen Drill - Schools must conduct a minimum of one Allergen Drill to account for potential Allergic reactions to food, insect bites, etc. How to recognize allergic reaction. How to prevent allergic reaction. How to respond allergic reaction. Annual Review of Emergency and Crisis Response Plans - Each School Board or its designee will conduct an annual review of the school buildings Emergency and Crisis Response Plans, protocols and procedures. Weapons of mass destruction include; biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons. Includes each building's compliance with school safety drills. Review and update the existing emergency plans, in collaboration and cooperation with the first responder agencies. Emergency Plan 2014-2015

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Appendix A: CPS (Alternate) Evacuation Locations These locations are to be utilized when the Alternate Evacuation Site is not appropriate, not available or a larger, area wide evacuation becomes necessary. Any Areas not listed below should utilize the closest available location. Emergency Locations are further discussed in the Emergency Plan Manual. Lane Tech HS

2501 W. Addison

NORTH-NORTHWEST SIDE HS

534-5400

Steinmetz HS

3030 N. Mobile

NORTH-NORTHWEST SIDE HS

534-3030

Clemente HS

1147 N. Western

WEST SIDE HS

534-4000

Lincoln Park HS

2001 N. Orchard

NORTH-NORTHWEST SIDE HS

534-8130

Collins HS

1313 S. Sacramento

WEST SIDE HS

534-1500

Crane HS

2245 W. Jackson

WEST SIDE HS

534-7550

Curie HS

4959 S. Archer

SOUTHWEST SIDE HS

535-2100

King Prep. HS

4445 S. Drexel

SOUTH SIDE HS

535-1180

Little Village Campus

3120 S. Kostner

PILSEN-LITTLE VILLAGE ELEM

535-4200

Robeson HS

6835 S. Normal

SOUTHWEST SIDE HS

535-3800

Bogan HS

3939 W. 79th

SOUTHWEST SIDE HS

535-2180

Chicago Vocational (CVCA)

2100 E. 87th

SOUTH SIDE HS

535-6100

Morgan Park HS

1744 W. Pryor

FAR SOUTH SIDE HS

535-2550

Additional, approved, sites: Taft HS

6530 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.

Gwendolyn Brooks Acad.

250 E. 111th St.

FAR SOUTH SIDE HS

535-9930

Amundsen HS

5110 N. Damen

NORTH-NORTHWEST SIDE HS

534-2320

Dunbar HS

3000 S. King Drive

SOUTH SIDE HS

534-9000

Hyde Park HS

6220 S. Stony Island

SOUTH SIDE HS

535-0880

Disney

4140 N. Marine Drive

O'HARE ELEMENTARY

534-5840

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Appendix B: US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY THREAT LEVELS The following threat conditions, published by the National Terrorism Advisory System

The National Terrorism Advisory System The National Terrorism Advisory System, or NTAS, replaces the color-coded Homeland Security Advisory System (HSAS). This new system will more effectively communicate information about terrorist threats by providing timely, detailed information to the public, government agencies, first responders, airports and other transportation hubs, and the private sector. CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS RESPONSE In the interest of student and staff safety, the Chicago Public Schools maintain a threat response posture equivalent to the ongoing National Terrorism Advisory System:

Imminent Threat Alert-Warns of a credible, specific, and impending terrorist threat against the United States. Elevated Threat Alert - Warns of a credible terrorist threat against the United States. Senior Staff and School Administrators should regularly take the following steps: Be prepared for a prompt response, by monitoring e-mail, radio, television and telephonic communication from the Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC). Review the information distributed on CPS Emergency School closings. Complete all required drill activities annually. Cancel or post-pone activities away from schools in the event of an imminent threat or elevated threat. Be vigilant for suspicious activity, suspicious vehicles, and suspicious persons, on or around school property, and report observations to the Chicago Police Department. Screen persons entering school and administrative buildings, ensuring that they have properly identified themselves and their purpose. Entry and exit of all visitors should be monitored. Inspect the physical condition of the building, focusing on the integrity of doors and windows. Inspect the contents of the GO KIT and the accuracy of the list of Emergency Telephone Numbers, as well as the list of parental contacts. Review the special needs of students and staff with disabilities.

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Senior Staff and School Administrators will: Be prepared for prompt response by monitoring e-mails, radio, television and telephonic communication from the Office of the CEO. The CEO and/or his designee will communicate with the City of Chicago's Office of Emergency Management and Communication (OEMC). In the event of a declaration of school closings by the CEO, follow the guidelines "Emergency School Closings", and implement the appropriate "Emergency School Closing Option". Should the situation warrant, or at the direction of the City of Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communication, the Chicago Police Department or the Chicago Fire Department, prepare to evacuate to an Interior Safe Location, Exterior Safe Location or an Alternative Evacuation Site. Cancel school-related activities away from schools. Be vigilant for suspicious activity, suspicious vehicles, and suspicious persons, on or around school property, and report observations to the Chicago Police Department. Screen persons entering school and administrative buildings, ensuring that they have properly identified themselves and do not move about uncontrolled. Inspect the physical condition of the building, focusing on the integrity of doors and windows. Inspect the contents of the GO KIT and the accuracy of the list of Emergency Telephone Numbers, as well as the list of parental contacts. Review the special needs of students and staff with disabilities. Inform students, staff and parents about the school's plans and procedures.

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Appendix C: BOMB THREAT INFORMATION SHEET DO NOT SUBMIT WITH YOUR EMERGENCY PLAN To be used only if a bomb threat is made to the schools. FOR SCHOOL USE ONLY.

QUESTIONS TO ASK 1. When is the bomb going to explode? 2. Where is the bomb right now? 3. What does the bomb look like? 4. What kind of bomb is it? 5, What will cause it to explode? 6. Who placed the bomb? 7. Why? 8, How many bomb devices are there? 9. Where are you right now? 10. What is your name?

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Time Call Started:___________________ Ended:___________________ Person Receiving Call:______________________________

Date of Call:_________________________

Receiver's Phone:_____________________________

DESCRIPTION OF CALLER Gender: Age:

Male

Female

______________

Young

Middle Aged

Elderly

DESCRIPTION OF CALLER'S VOICE Rapid

Normal

Distinct

Stressed

Giggling

Reciting

Angry

Foul

Laughter

Patronizing

Accent

Loud

Stutter

Sincere

Mean

Incoherent

Nasal

Intelligent

Disguised

Crying

Squeaky

Excited

Whispered

Taped

Slurred

Calm

Deep

High Pitched

Congested

Broken

If voice is familiar, who does it sound like? BACKGROUND SOUNDS Street sounds

Local

PA system

Machinery

Factory sounds

Long distance

Voices

TV / Radio

Animal sounds

Cellular phone

Wind

Music

Traffic

Phone booth

Static

Other

Clear

Office sounds

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Appendix D: EMERGENCY DRILL FORMS SCHOOL SAFETY DRILLS COMPLIANCE FORM Emergency drilling is discussed in detail in the Emergency Plan Manual. In compliance with the provisions of PA 94-600 (105 ILCS 128), also known as the School Safety Drill Act, each school will plan for three (3) Evacuations, one (1) Severe Weather/Shelter-in place, one (1) Bus Evacuation drill, and one (1) Allergen Drill. Schools should strive to plan one (1) Law Enforcement exercise during the school year. A Chicago Fire Department official must sign off that one drill was completed. The tables below contain forms for documenting the annual required School Safety Drills and the Bus Drill Verification form. The elementary school principal will receive notification from the Office of Elementary Areas and Schools (773-553-2860) as to when a bus evacuation drill will be scheduled with the bus company serving his/her school. The Bus Drill Verification form must be completed by school and bus company officials and submitted to the schools Area Office as evidence of completion of the drill. School: ___________________________________________________ Scheduled Date

Type Drill

Date Completed

Drill Certificate

District:________________________

Official Agency (Police/Fire) Approval By

Official Agency (Police/Fire) Approval Title

Official Agency Comments

Evacuation 1 Evacuation 2 Evacuation 3 Shelter-In-Place Bus Evacuation Law Enforcement Other, describe

Certification of Completion: An emergency evacuation (fire) drill was conducted for all students enrolled at our school on the following date(s):

Date(s) of Drill

Fire Department Official

Principal's Name (Print)

Unit No.

Principal's Signature

Date

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Appendix D: EMERGENCY DRILL FORMS SCHOOL SAFETY DRILLS COMPLIANCE FORM (BUS) The Illinois State Law (HB2693) establishes the minimum requirements and standards for schools to follow when conducting school safety drills. During each academic year, schools must conduct a minimum of one bus evacuation drill. Schools may conduct additional bus evacuation drills. Bus companies providing school bus service to your school are contractually required to provide buses for this purpose. Schools with no bus service are encouraged to coordinate this requirement with bus companies who provide field service to the school. Schools can find information on the CPS website regarding bus companies serving the CPS and the cost of providing field trip service (see "Field Trip Prices" under Information for Schools under Transportation on the CPS website.) Schedules for such drills must be coordinated between the principal and the bus company. It is the responsibility of the school staff to conduct the emergency evacuation drills, but in most cases the bus company managers will provide assistance. The Department of Transportation will assist schools when and where possible. Curriculum material is also available.

Certification of Completion: A school bus emergency evacuation drill was conducted for all students enrolled at our school as follows: School Unit Number Drill Date Bus Company

_____________________________________________________ Principal Signature

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Appendix E: INCIDENT ACTION PLAN (IAP) Incident Action Plans (IAP) is further discussed in the Emergency Plan Manual. Purpose: An Incident Action Plan (IAP) contains general control objectives reflecting the overall incident strategy and specific action plans for the next operational period. The Planning Section Chief develops the IAP in consultation with the Incident Commander. The IAP will include the following: - specific objectives for the resolution of the situation; - defines the work assignments for each Section Chief and Coordinators, - defines the resources needed to accomplish the Plan goal (resolution of the incident); - depicts how all response personnel are to be organized; - lists radio and telephone communications for all incident personnel; - specifies a medical plan to follow in case of a responder emergency; - identifies resources at risk. Preparation: The Planning Section Chief compiles the IAP, with key tactical input from the Incident Commander and Operations Section Chief. The IAP is to be completed following each Planning Meeting. The plan should be approved and signed by the Incident Commander. Distribution: Sufficient copies of the IAP will be reproduced and given to all Section Chiefs and Command Staff. The original IAP MUST be given to the Finance & Administration Section Chief.

Item #

Item Title

Instruction

1

Incident Name

2

Operational period

3

Approved By

Enter the name assigned to the incident. Enter the time interval for which the form applies. Record the start and end date and time. Signatures of approval must be obtained from each Unified Commander.

4

Prepared By Date/Time

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Enter name and title of the person preparing the form. Enter date (month, day, year) and time prepared (24-hour clock).

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1. Incident Name

IPA COVER SHEET

2. Operational Period to be covered by IAP (Date / Time) From: To:

3. Approved by: FOSC SOSC RPIC

INCIDENT ACTION PLAN

4. Prepared by:

Date / Time

IAP COVER SHEET

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Appendix F: Facility Information Management System (FIMS) Request Form Chicago Public Schools - Office of Student Safety and Security & Emergency Planning FIMS User ID / Responsibility Request Form This form is for users to request new or change existing FIMS User IDs. Please forward completed requests to Office of School Safety and Security, Emergency Planning at FAX: (773) 553-3100. CPD FIMS Page 1 of 1 FIMS Account Information: First Name:

Last Name:

Employee ID or Social Security #: Oracle Unit Number:

Area

School Name:

School Address: Type of School (Charter, Neighborhood, Year Round, etc.) New User E-mail Address: Select:

Phone:

Principal

Assistant Principal

Computer System Hook-up (Check one): Request Type:

CPS Network

New / Add Responsibility

Other or NON-CPS Network Remove Responsibility

Questions regarding FIMS should be directed to Student Safety Center at 773-553-3030. Print Principal Name:

Principal Email:

Principal/Supervisor Signature:

User's Signature:

SCHOOL PERSONNEL MUST HAVE SIGNED PERMISSION FROM THE PRINCIPAL FOR ACCESS TO FIMS. For System Administrator Use Only

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Date Issued:

Issued By:

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