2020 - 2021 School Year Emergency Drill Reporting Form
NOTE: For the remainder of the 2020-2021 School year the Governor’s Executive Order #2020-65 addresses (and waives) the remainder of the drill requirements.
10. Strict compliance with rules and procedures under section 29.19 of the Fire Prevention Code, 1941 PA 207, as amended, MCL 29.19, is temporarily suspended for the remainder of the 2019–2020 school year as follows:
- (a) All requirements that a district or intermediate district conduct a minimum number of fire drills, lockdown drills, and tornado drills during the 2019–2020 school year, or conduct such drills after March 11, 2020 and before the end of the 2019–2020 school year, as required under section 19(2) to (6), MCL 29.19(2) to (6), are waived.
- (b) All requirements that a district or intermediate district record or publish documentation pertaining to scheduled and completed fire drills and tornado drills that otherwise would have been required after March 11, 2020, as required under sections 19(1) and (8), MCL 29.19(1) and (8), are waived.
- (c) All requirements for rescheduling drills scheduled after March 11, 2020 but not conducted, and for notifying emergency management coordinators and law enforcement agencies, as required under section 19(8), MCL 29.19(8), are waived.
You can read the Governor’s Executive Order #2020-65 in its entirety here, https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/0,9309,7-387-90499_90705-527719--,00.html.
Public Act 12 of 2014 requires all schools in the State of Michigan to conduct school safety drills. These drills must be conducted in conjunction with your local Emergency Management Office.
If you have any questions with this form, please contact the Macomb County Office of Emergency Management at 586-469-5270.
Scheduling of Drills - Required by September 15 of each school year.
*PLEASE NOTE* School drill reporting will close on September 15 in accordance with the Act. Once you have submitted the school drill schedule, you MUST complete the drill on the date and time you have committed to. Any changes to your drill schedule PRIOR to the September 15th deadline can be made by sending notification to: email@example.com. The email must include the following information: school district, school name, school street address and city, township or village, original drill date and time, type of drill, new drill date and time, name, title and phone number of person submitting the request.
DRILL CHANGES AFTER SEPTEMBER 15: Public Act 12 of 2014 only allows for a drill date to be changed when a scheduled drill could not occur due to conditions not within the control of school authorities such as severe storms, fires, epidemics, utility power unavailability, water or sewer failure, or a health condition AS DEFINED BY THE COUNTY OR STATE HEALTH AUTHORITIES. In this situation, the drill must be rescheduled to occur within 10 school days after the original scheduled date of the cancelled drill. The Chief Administrator of the District must notify the Macomb County Emergency Management Coordinator of the rescheduled drill date. Any changes that need to be made after the closing date of the reporting form will be made utilizing the School Drill Schedule Change Notification Form.