Severe Weather and Emergency Procedures

RRE Parent Handbook

Emergency Situations

Rarely do emergency situations arise at Rock Ridge, however, if one should arise, the yellow flag will be raised on the flag pole indicating that parents will need to enter the building to sign their child out from their classroom. If children have been moved to a safer area you will be notified by staff of the procedure that you need to follow.

Severe Weather and Lightning

In situations where the weather is severe or the threat of lightning exists, Rock Ridge will hang a yellow flag on the front flagpole. Teachers will hold children in their classrooms.  
Parents need to park and come into the building and sign their children out with the classroom teacher.  Parents should provide the classroom teacher with an emergency release form that indicates alternate adults that can pick up students in the event of emergency/severe weather.  Rock Ridge students will not be released to middle or high school students during severe weather dismissals.  At approximately 3:45 remaining students will be moved to the gymnasium and be held there for pick up.
Buses will be held until safe to transport students.  Walkers and bikers will be released once the severe weather has passed.

 

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ROCK RIDGE ELEMENTARY IS PART OF THE DOUGLAS COUNTY HS FEEDER AREA

MESA MIDDLE SCHOOL IS ALSO PART OF THE DOUGLAS COUNTY HS FEEDER AREA