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|August 1, 2019 - Regular School Board Meeting|
C21 - Response to Active Assailant Plan mandated by Senate Bill 7030 (CONFIDENTIAL)
The purpose of this plan is to establish protocols by which the Clay County District Schools shall conduct security in order to protect students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Additionally, it will establish procedures to respond to an active assailant incident at a campus. These procedures set in place are methods to mitigate threats through an organized and uniform method in an effort to protect the lives of children and staff in an efficient and expedient manner.
THIS PLAN IS CONFIDENTIAL PURSUANT TO STATE STATUTE AND SHALL NOT BE RELEASED OR DISCLOSED PUBLICLY.
The Clay County District Schools is in need of a Board approved active assailant plan to be in compliance with state law.
The requirements for this plan are newly created under state law.
Following adoption by the School Board, this plan will be submitted to the State of Florida for compliance with state statute. This plan will ultimately help to foster a safe learning environment for our district staff.
|Strategic Plan Goal|
This plan will help ensure effective management of the organization, operations, and facilities to maximize the use of resources and promote a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment for Clay County students.
Recommend approval of the Response to Active Assailant Plan.
Dr. Michael Kemp, Assistant Superintendent for Operations, (904) 336-6824, email@example.com, John Ward, Director, Safety & Security, (904) 336-6846, firstname.lastname@example.org
No cost to the district.
Security & Response to Active Assailant Plan.pdf (Confidential)