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Introduction to Run, Hide, Fight

Run Hide Fight graphic

 

Ozark School District trains students and staff in the Run Hide Fight concept for intruder drills. 

What is Run Hide Fight?

Run Hide Fight is a safety protocol recognized by law enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security. The Ozark School District chose to implement the Run Hide Fight method because it shows students and staff they have options in threatening situations. The District believes that knowing your options — run, hide or fight — increases your chance of survival.

What is Ozark School District currently doing to implement Run Hide Fight?

  • All schools, grades PK-12, have quarterly intruder drills where faculty and students discuss what they should do in the event of a crisis and incorporate the Run Hide Fight concept. 
  • District administrators and staff participate in a multi-agency active shooter simulations.

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