Safety Drills

The safety of our students is our top priority. Following SBCUSD policies, Cajon High School holds four or five types of safety drills throughout the school year:

  • Drop Drill, also called Drop, Cover, & Hold Drill: Students practice safety measures to prevent harm during an earthquake. Students protect their heads, take cover under desks and tables, and move away from windows and glass.
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  • Fire Drill: Students learn to evacuate classrooms safely in the event of a fire.
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  • Lockdown Drill: Students move to the safety of a classroom or closest building when there is imminent danger either on campus or in the neighborhood, such as from a loose animal, community incident, or police action.
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  • Shelter-in-Place Drill: Similar to a Lock Down Drill. Used when there is an environmental threat, such as a chemical spill, fire, or insect swarm in the area.
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  • ShakeOut Drill: Students evacuate to the P.E. field, simulating an earthquake event. This drill is held on or near the date of the annual Great California Shakeout
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These types of emergencies are unlikely to occur, but Cajon High School is determined to be prepared!

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