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School Safe Plan

Colfax School Safe Plan

California schools are required to comply with various federal, state, and local regulations dealing with health and safety. Pursuant to Senate Bill  187 (Comprehensive School Safety Plan), California State regulations require that school districts maintain an appropriate social climate on campus, in classrooms, and at school-sponsored events. In addition, the plan must also comply with the principles of the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and address policies and procedures for dealing with hate crimes.  The California Education Code  (CEC) requires the preparation of comprehensive  “safe school plans” dealing with violence prevention, emergency preparedness, crisis intervention, and student and employee safety. Specifically, CEC Section  32281 (1) indicates that the school-site council will write and develop a comprehensive school safety plan relevant to the needs and resources of that particular school. Also, Section 32281 states that the school-site council may delegate this responsibility to a school safety planning committee and requires that the school safety plan include the following:

I.  Assessment of the current status of school crime.
II.  Identification of appropriate strategies and programs that will promote school safety and address the school’s procedures for complying with existing laws related to school safety, such as:
a. Child abuse reporting procedures.
b. Disaster procedures, routine and emergency (SEMS).
c. Suspension, expulsion, or mandatory expulsion recommendations.
d. Procedures to notify teachers of dangerous pupils.
e. Sexual harassment policy.
f. Provisions of any schoolwide dress code.
g. Procedures for safe ingress and egress.
h. Safe and orderly environment.
i. Rules and procedures on school discipline. 

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