Emergency Management
Parent Information and Emergency Planning
Posted on 03/05/2018
Emergency Planning

A crisis is a sudden, generally unanticipated event that profoundly and negatively affects a significant segment of the school population and often involves serious injury or death.

Rochester Public Schools has adopted School Board Crisis Management Policy Number 806. The purpose of this policy is to provide a guide as to how to address a wide range of potential crisis situations within the district. Thorough crisis management should result in increased security for staff and students; minimization of damage and loss in the event of a crisis; and the return of the school/district to a normal functional level as soon as possible after crisis.


              • School Board Crisis Management Policy Number 806
              • Parent Communication in a Time of Crisis
              • Op-Ed from Superintendent Michael Muñoz
              • Four Phases of Emergency Planning
              • Mental Health Supports
               Crisis Management & Walkout Information

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