Tabletop Exercises

Read: Top 10 Campus Safety Stories from November 2020

Top 10 Campus Safety Stories from November 2020

In case you missed them, check out CS readers’ most popular articles for the month of November.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 5: School Loses Power as Temperature Drops

Tabletop Exercise 5: School Loses Power as Temperature Drops

A school’s computer network, P.A. system and phone system are down due to a power outage and the temperature is dropping. What would you do?

Read: Tabletop Exercise 4: Minivan with 4 Students Rear-ends School Bus

Tabletop Exercise 4: Minivan with 4 Students Rear-ends School Bus

There were also 33 elementary students on the school bus at the time of the accident. What steps should be taken?

Read: Tabletop Exercise 3: Loud Voices, Smell of Alcohol Coming from Main Office

Tabletop Exercise 3: Loud Voices, Smell of Alcohol Coming from Main Office

In this real-life incident, the school secretary was in her first year and had not received de-escalation training. Here’s how it played out.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 2: Worsening Odor Leads to Student Asthma Attack

Tabletop Exercise 2: Worsening Odor Leads to Student Asthma Attack

An unpleasant smell triggers a student’s asthma and causes a teacher’s eyes to water and nose to burn. What would you do?

Read: Tabletop Exercise 1: Student Hasn’t Returned Home from School. What Would You Do?

Tabletop Exercise 1: Student Hasn’t Returned Home from School. What Would You Do?

CS is launching a multi-part scenario-based training series for K-12 campuses. Test your school’s emergency response skills with these real-life incidents.

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