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    • CISD utilizes the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) to simplify the district’s emergency response procedures. We believe this protocol helps foster safe learning and working environments for all students and staff. Operational binders are posted in each administrative office throughout the district.  Each classroom has posted an abbreviated flip chart for emergency situation reference.
    • All CISD school buses are equipped with security cameras and all bus drivers undergo safety and security training including emergency evacuation procedures.
    • Cleburne ISD has been an ALICE Certified District since 2019. All district personnel undergo ALICE Active Shooter Response training yearly. New employees are required to do a simulation exercise while all returning employees complete an online course.

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    • Cleburne ISD has an extensive Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) that provides general guidance for emergency management activities. This plan is updated and filed with the Texas School Safety Center and the Texas Education Agency as required.
    • All campuses must conduct state and district-mandated emergency drills within the first 10 days of a new school year and once a month thereafter. Lockdown, evacuation, lockout, secure, and shelter-in-place drills are held to prepare for severe weather, the event of a fire, hazardous material spills, and medical emergencies.
    • The Cleburne ISD Safety and Security Committee is made up of a broad representation of the community. Members include campus administrative leaders, parents, community members, law enforcement representatives, emergency management individuals, a school board member, and a representative of mental health services. The committee meets regularly to discuss district-wide safety and security issues, provide information, and makes recommendations to the Superintendent’s cabinet for consideration of any improvements or new initiatives.