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The mission of the Oregon Department of Education’s School Safety and Emergency Management (SSEM) program is to support the development and implementation of emergency operations plans (EOPs) in schools across the state to help improve the safety and security for all students and staff.
Oregon Revised Statute 336.071
Oregon Administrative Rule 581-022-2225
require schools to instruct and drill students on emergency procedures and maintain a comprehensive safety program that includes plans for responding to emergencies. The resources provided here and through our education service district (ESD) partners will help Oregon schools plan for, train for, and respond to emergencies affecting their students and staff.
The links on the referred page will take you to the Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools Technical Assistance Center. They have partnered with the U.S. Dept. Of Education, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide examples, templates, interactive tools, guidelines, and training materials on emergency planning for all schools.
Find contact information for ODE school emergency operations planning staff or the regional emergency operations planning representative in your area.
The link above provides resources to help plan for specific threats and hazards that should be considered in any high-quality school EOP. ODE has published COVID-19 guidance—along with FAQs, sample letters and informational fliers—on our
COVID-19 Resources page. To stay current on statewide concerns regarding COVID-19 please refer to the
OHA COVID-19 resource page for information.
While this page is still being developed, we will add information and resources to help your school or district prepare and plan for any emergencies you may encounter. If you think anything is missing or you have a suggestion for supplemental content, please contact us.
What: This course is a tuition free, management-level, DHS/FEMA-certified course that provides operational-level details to support many of the topics covered in AWR148: Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents – Partnering Rural Law Enforcement, First Responders, and Local School Systems. Rural schools, law enforcement, other emergency responders, and community stakeholders are often limited in their access to resources so it is imperative that all potentially affected parties collaborate in planning, preparation, communication, response, and recovery in the event of a school-based incident. Sponsored by Clackamas ESD and administered by the Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDCP).
When: October 12th and 13th, 2021.
Who Should Attend: School Administrators, School Safety and Security Personnel, Community Emergency Management Personnel, Community Mental Health Personnel, Community Stakeholders, All First Responders—especially Law Enforcement.
Link to Registration: External Link to Registration.
Program Flyer: MGT-417 Flyer with additional details
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