Green Internet, civilized Internet to create a clear campus network culture initiative
In the rapid development of the Internet today, in Unite as one realize the Chinese dream, in lifting the city’s power to promote the revitalization of development, let us jointly initiative:
Civilized Internet, safe internet, green Internet, to create a clear network space.
Civilized Internet, strive to be a network of civilized volunteers.Cultivate the network literacy of civilization, consciously practice the socialist concept of honor and disgrace, and vigorously create a civilized and healthy, positive network culture atmosphere, to compete for online positive energy communicators.
Secure the Internet, and strive to be civilized and law-abiding good netizens.Consciously maintain network security, learn the necessary protection skills, develop the requisite safety awareness, safety nets, civilized Internet, to maintain the network security practitioners.
Green Internet, strive to do good for the young.Learn useful information on the Internet, and actively disseminate Chinese excellent traditional culture, shape a better mind, promote social righteousness, to do the building of clear and bright network space builders.
Let us abide by the initiative, from now on, starting from the self, consciously abide by the “Youth civilized Internet Convention”, so that “five to five do not”:
To be good at online learning, do not browse bad information.
To be honest and friendly and do not abuse and cheat others.
To enhance self-care awareness, not casual dating netizens.
To maintain network security, do not disrupt network order.
To be healthy and healthy, do not indulge in virtual time.
School IT Team
A fire drill is a method of practicing how a building would be evacuated in the event of a fire or other emergency. Usually, the building’s existing fire alarm system is activated and the building is evacuated as if the emergency had occurred.
• Upon detecting a fire, remain COOL, CALM, and press a fire alarm button. • Immediately evacuate any students from the threat • Quickly and clearly explain the situation to a School Support staff member • That School Support staff member shall call the Property Management Company and/or 119 for any necessary assistance. • Upon hearing the alarm, all students and adults shall immediately stop whatever activities they are involved in, and evacuate the building in a quiet and orderly manner. • Close but do not lock classroom/office doors. It is not necessary to turn off lights or shut down computer systems (except for Finance & HR). • Teachers are responsible for leading the evacuation of the class they are teaching, handing over the class to the homeroom teacher at the evacuation assembly point. ‘Sweepers’ are assigned to check that everyone has left their respective floor level, including checking the bathrooms, and report to the Principal. • Students, teachers, staff and visitors shall assemble and line up in an orderly manner at the designated assembly point at the end of the sports field. • Visitors shall be directed to the assembly point where the Property Management Officer / Receptionist shall check them against the visitor log. • Homeroom teachers and department leaders will show their RED/GREEN card. Show GREEN if students / staff are present. Show RED if anybody is missing. • The Head of Departments (CWB) + Coordinators (CWA) shall check with HR Teachers, and report any missing students to the Principals (with details) immediately. • The Principal (Back up = CWB Principal) shall give the “all clear” signal to re-enter the school when appropriate. • Under no circumstances shall anyone other than security guards and/or fire fighters re- enter the building until after the “all clear” signal.
EMERGENCY NUMBERS Fire = 119 Police = 110 Ambulance = 120
Even though Changsha is not an earth quake zone, the school has decided to include an Earth Quake Procedure as part of life skills for our school community, who travels a lot, and might visit a country that is within an earth quake zone.
CWA Emergency (Earthquake) Procedures | 我校的緊急逃生程序（地震）
Upon feeling an earthquake while inside, staff and students should immediately: • Drop to the ground, away from windows & shelves ! • Cover your head and neck with your arms ! • Hold on until the shaking stops !
If possible: • Crawl into the corner of a room or under a sturdy table or desk if in danger from falling objects ! • Open an exit door ! • Turn off lights, gas and IT equipment !
Upon feeling an earthquake while outside, staff and students should immediately: • Drop to the ground, away from buildings, walls, streetlights, utility wires, etc. ! • Cover your head and neck with your arms ! • Hold on until the shaking stops !
After the earthquake: • Evaluate the need to evacuate depending on uncontrolled fires, gas leaks, structural damage to the building where you are ! • While evacuating, watch out for fallen power lines and stay away from any structural damage ! • Evacuate to an open space, away from damaged areas ! • Help others if you can ! • If you are trapped, don’t move about – call, whistle or tap on a wall or pipe for help ! • Be prepared for aftershocks !
• 如果你被困了，千萬不要亂動 – 呼叫、吹口哨或者敲擊墻面或水管等求救！
What Is the Purpose of a School Lockdown Drill?
The purpose of a school lockdown drill is to protect the children and adults in the building from a potential emergency such as the presence of a school shooter.
As with fire drills and other safety programs, the hope is to acclimate students and teachers to a procedure that they will be able to follow quickly, effectively, and safely.
How Are Lockdown Drills Designed and Implemented?
Lockdown drills are different from evacuation drills. Evacuation drills are designed to prepare students, teachers, administrators, and other people in the school to leave the building quickly and in a pre-planned and organized fashion in the event of danger such as a bomb threat, when conditions outside the building are safer than the conditions inside the building. In a lockdown drill, students are to clear the halls and report to the nearest available classroom where they are to hide and stay as silent as possible.
These drills are usually designed and implemented with input and assistance from local law enforcement officials. Ideally, these drills should be conducted several times a year at different times of the day and without pre-announcement (during lunchtime or recess, during classes, or during drop-off or dismissal, for example), to give students and staff the opportunity to practice what to do in different scenarios.
What Kinds of Procedures Are Followed During a Lockdown Drill?
Following is the procedures for lockdown drills:
Doors to classrooms are closed and locked.
Students are moved to the safest part of the room, away from windows and doors, to the interior walls.
Everyone drops to the floor or out of the line of vision from the door.
Window shades are pulled down.
Any windows in doors are covered (to prevent an intruder from seeing into the room).
Classroom lights are turned off.