On Friday, January 8th, all CCMS Staff was part of an Evacuation Drill Workshop where they had the opportunity to learn how to evacuate our campus in the event of a fire, earthquake, or other emergencies.
We are committed to ensuring the safety of our students and staff during any type of emergency, therefore, it was a must for us to practice our evacuation plan step-by-step. This protocol explains what teachers and students should do in case of a fire or an earthquake.
It is the school principal and staff responsibility to help students evacuate to safety during an emergency, so it is of critical importance that they know what steps to take. Emergency drills can help students understand what fire and earthquake safety is all about and what they should do if it happens. This also help reduce disorderly behavior, confusion, and panic. Carrying drills on a regular basis also help staff to be conversant with their roles during an emergency situation.
We continuously work on enriching our protocols and providing a safe environment to all of our community.