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Mr. G's Emergency and Firedrill Procedures

The following procedures, although rarely used, are very important. In the event of a fire or other emergency, we, as a class, need to exit the classroom, and maybe the school building, quickly and safely. By following these simple procedures below, this task can be accomplished without any problems.


  1. Warning Bells

  1. If there is a series of 2 bells, three times in a row, students return to their official class and wait for further instructions.
  2. If there is a series of 3 bells, students will exit the school directly from the classroom.
  3. During all firedrills, students take their books, unless otherwise instructed.

  • Exiting Safely from the Classroom
    1. During a fire or emergency drill, we line-up:
      1. Boys by the closets.
      2. Girls in the back of the room.
    2. QUIETLY, we exit the room and go down the nearest safe exit, unless instructed to go somewhere else.
    3. Once we are outside the school building, and head in the designated schoolyard or park area.
    4. We then wait, quietly, for further instructions.

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