Ohio schools must have a comprehensive school emergency management plan that addresses their response not only to severe weather and natural disasters, chemical accidents and medical emergencies, but also to school violence and various types of terrorist threats. This model plan (the Plan), when used in conjunction with the Guide for Developing High-Quality School Emergency Operations Plans (the Guide) includes comprehensive information and descriptions of the overall concept of operations, organization, roles and responsibilities, along with checklists, to guide schools and school personnel in addressing various emergency hazards that may affect the safety of our children and school community. Download Plan
EXAMPLES OF SCHOOL DISTRICT ESSENTIAL PLANS
These are examples the plans which every school district should develop and maintain—always with broad engagement from schools and communities. Included here are examples from rural, town, suburban and urban districts. To narrow your selection pick from the types of plan examples listed here.
The Public School Capital Outlay Council (PSCOC), requires that all New Mexico pubic school districts complete a five-year Facility Master Plan. The master plan is a prerequisite to be eligible to receive state capital outlay assistance. This document has been prepared in accordance with the requirements issued by the PSCOC/PSFA. The intent of the Facilities Master Plan is to identify existing facility conditions, past and future enrollment, to review the District’s educational program, to verify the ability of the existing facilities meet minimum State of New Mexico Adequacy Standards, and to identify new or replacement facilities required to meet the needs of the District. This Facilities Master Plan is designed to be a flexible planning tool to identify facility issues and programmatic needs to the community, parents, staff, and the Board of Education and offer periodic input and revision as conditions change and new needs are identified within the District. Download Plan
During the 2012-13 and 2013-14 school years (includes 2015 update), the Board of Education of the City of Fargo worked toward creating a new Long Range Facility Plan (LRFP) for the District. This document represents the work completed by the Board and sets in place a plan that will guide the District’s facility decisions for the next decade and more. Download Plan
Staff completed an assessment of the condition of Boulder Valley School District facilities and the Capital Improvement Planning Committee worked with district staff to identify and prioritize capital improvement needs and advised the Board of Education regarding the long term facility needs of the District. A complete building and site assessment was performed on all district buildings, encompassing over 4.5 million square feet of district assets. In addition, the committee identified capital improvement needs that extend beyond those of specific schools and will strengthen district infrastructure as well as expand educational opportunities for students. This work is the basis for this Educational Facility Master Plan which identifies $576 million in capital projects that will improve learning environments in all schools. Download Plan
The Island Trees School District Comprehensive School Safety Plan (as required by the SAVE Law – Safe Schools Against Violence in Education – Commissioner of Education Regulars 155.17) has been established to provide for the safety, health and security of both students and staff and allows for input from the entire school community. This particular component of Project SAVE is a comprehensive planning effort that addresses risk reduction/prevention, response and recovery with respect to a variety of emergencies which may occur in the school district and its component school buildings. Download Plan
The Master Plan was developed specifically for the North Little Rock School District. The criteria used to develop the Master Plan serves as a guide for assessing the need for facility improvements and capital improvements by identifying the scope of repairs, modernizations, renovations, upgrades and new construction required for the near and far future vision. Download Plan Part 1. Download Plan Part 2.
The school system has developed specific educational and facility goals to support its mission statement and has published a six-year comprehensive plan, the “Educational Facilities Master Plan (EFMP),” which serves as the framework for fostering and promoting learning through our facilities. Download Plan