Safety & Security
The safety of our students, staff, and visitors is our top priority. And not just because it’s the right thing to say. We truly care about every member of our school community. We know that when people feel safe they can do their best work. We want everyone who comes through our doors to feel good about coming back tomorrow.
Students are always encouraged to speak up if they have an issue that affects their safety or educational experience.
See Something. Say Something will always be our motto!
We are always proud of our students for having the courage to come forward when they know something is wrong, or just have a gut feeling about things. Even if an issue turns out to be nothing, we are all better off when someone gives us the opportunity to investigate. We commit to also keep things as confidential as possible to protect the identity of the reporter.
There are several ways that students can report issues such as:
- Abuse (physical, sexual or mental)
- Alcohol, Drugs or Tobacco
- Hacking, Cyber Crimes
- Suicidal Thoughts
- Self-Harm, Self-Abuse
- Suspicious Behavior
- Violence, Fighting
- Weapons, Dangerous Items
Press 1 to record a message
Press 2 to speak to someone in person
Talk to a school official
Students are always welcome to share concerns with any district staff member.