Run Hide Fight Overview
The federal “Guide for Developing High-Quality School Emergency Operations Plans" specifically identifies Run-Hide-Fight as the standard for a school response to acts of violence such as an active shooter.
There are three basic options: RUN, HIDE, and FIGHT.
Review Before an Incident/During an Incident
Shelton Police Department Presentation to the School Board March 13, 2018
RUN HIDE FIGHT Overview Video
This video was produced by the Santa Ana Unified Schools Police Department. In the video, you will see important things to remember should your school encounter an active threat on campus. Please watch carefully and apply the things you see to your own personal situation.
District Safety Training 2015
Run, Hide, Fight Conversations with Students grade 6-12
Run, Hide Fight Conversations with Students Grades K-5
Run Hide Fight Scenarios for Grade Levels
Shots Fired - A documentary about the North Thurston High School shooting incident
Washington OneNet (a state program working to design a public safety network) produced a documentary about the shooting incident at North Thurston High School entitled Shots Fired. It is a good look at safety protocols in action. Visit their website.