The Standard Response Protocol is a set of research-based actions/drills designed to prepare our schools for emergency situations.
Throughout the school year, all students and staff members participate in various drills to educate students on the five possible actions of the Standard Response Protocol. These actions are:
You can view more information about these protocols at: https://iloveuguys.org/downloads/SRP-K12-2021-Parent-Handout_EN.pdf
One of our safety objectives is for each school to practice the standard response protocol drills periodically throughout each school year. In order for all stakeholders to be trained on the Standard Response Protocol, we work collaboratively with Portland and Gresham Police Departments and other emergency service providers to ensure we are following the same emergency protocols and procedures in our schools.
We are committed to providing our students and staff with a safe learning environment.
If staff, students, or parents hear or see anything at any time that is a safety concern or a potential act of violence, please contact the school.
Also, Centennial School District partners with SafeOregon, which operates a school safety tip line available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You can report tips any of the following ways:
For urgent matters or emergency situations, please call 911.
In order for our emergency response plans to be effective, we must depend on the cooperation and assistance of many people, such as local police, emergency and fire departments. We also depend upon the parents of our students to support our efforts. Your cooperation is vital to helping us protect the safety and welfare of all children and school employees. Therefore, we ask parents to observe the following procedures during a crisis: