A lockdown protects students, staff and visitors from a serious threat, that maybe on campus or within very close proximity to, such as an armed intruder. Lockdowns occur when it may be more dangerous to leave a building by an evacuation than it is to stay in a secure area.Staff and students will remain in Lockdown until a building administrator, law enforcement or fire personnel unlock doors.
During a LOCKDOWN ORDER:
Do not respond to any other alarm (door, fire, ect.) when a Lockdown is in place, unless there are obvious signs of a hazard (ex. Smoke).
If you are outside during a LOCKDOWN
1. Get to one of these safe locations:
2. Stay in place until:
If you are off campus during a LOCKDOWN
If you are off campus when a lockdown is issued, remain where you are and wait for further messages from the emergency notification system. Do not attempt to return to campus.
A Stay-in-Place order is a proactive action taken to protect students, staff and visitors from outdoor hazardous conditions.A Stay-in-Place order may require students and staff to remain indoors, perhaps for an extended period of time, because it is safer inside the building than outside.All students will remain inside the building until further notice from the administration or the emergency notification system.Circumstances that may warrant a Stay-in-Place response may include:
During a STAY-IN-PLACE ORDER,
If you are off campus during a STAY-IN-PLACE
If you are off campus when a Shelter-in-Place order is issued, remain where you are and wait for further messages from the emergency notification system. Do not attempt to return to campus.
Read more about Williston's Emergency Notification System below.