Lake Oswego School District has worked with police, fire officials to forge a comprehensive strategy for emergency response.
For many years, the Lake Oswego School District has had emergency plans and procedures in place for dealing with threats and natural disasters. But for the first time ever, the LOSD now has a draft of its own comprehensive Emergency Operations Plan — an effort that’s been three years in the making.
The new plan, which could be adopted by the School Board as soon as this August, includes specific procedures for high-priority hazards such as earthquakes, landslides, severe storms, fire, terrorism and bullying, as well as school-specific “annexes” that outline detailed responses to particular incidents.
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