As a community, it is everyone’s responsibility to assist with school safety. Please consider the following:
Be informed of and follow all district rules, procedures and regulations. Review student handbooks, and stay informed through the district’s website and school newsletters.
Immediately report any behavior or threats that can be considered suspect to a building principal or administrator. All threats are taken seriously.
Identify exits and know what to do in case of an emergency.
Be aware of drastic changes in your student’s behavior, a large drop in grades, and increased disassociation from the world. Contact a school counselor if you have questions.
Raptor is a visitor/volunteer management system, which enhances school security through database screening and printing of photo identification badges for all visitors/volunteers in our schools. ID badges must be worn at all times on our campuses. Additionally, Raptor allows our District to maintain a database of all visitors and volunteers. Our Volunteer Policy, including our process for fingerprinting and clearing all volunteers, will remain in place with Raptor.
Instant Screening Process: The Raptor System ensures that all visitors and volunteers to a school campus are instantly screened against the registered sex offender databases in all 50 states.
Custom Databases: Raptor can check visitors against a school's custom database to ensure safety alerts are managed for school staff.
Efficient Reporting: The system can also create quick and easy reports for schools, or the entire school district, which can help with tracking volunteer hours.
Trusted Protection: The Raptor System is used in our neighboring districts and in Orange County and beyond. It is trusted by more K-12 schools to protect students, teachers and support staff than every other system combined.