Safety and Security Assessments Coming To Our Schools

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Maintaining safe and secure schools with ideal conditions for
all students to learn and grow is a top priority for Shoreline Schools.
To help us keep students, staff, and school visitors safe and cared for
when at our sites, we are partnering with the cities of Shoreline and
Lake Forest Park, Shoreline Fire, Lake Forest Park Police, and Shoreline
Police to conduct safety and security assessments of our buildings.
With
several new and remodeled buildings in our district and after the
COVID-related disruptions to schooling over the last few years, now is
an important time for our first responders to conduct safety and
security assessments of our buildings.
These school visits will
take place over the next few months outside of the school day, typically
on weekends or school breaks when there are not large-scale activities
taking place. You may see first responder vehicles at a school building
while we hold these visits.
Understanding that police presence at
schools any day of the week can be alarming to members of our
community, we wanted to let you know that these visits will be taking
place. We anticipate the visits will occur between the dates of December
19 and February 26.
We appreciate the support of and continued
partnership with local law enforcement and emergency responders to help
us keep our school community as safe and secure as possible.

Student,
staff, family, and community partnership is also critical in
maintaining safe learning spaces for all; if you have a safety concern,
you may quickly, easily, and anonymously report it via this anonymous safety tip line.

If you have questions or concerns about the planned school safety and security assessments described above, please contact public.info@ssd412.org

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