Safety & Security

Two students posing for a photo with their arms around each other's shoulder

The safety and security of our students, staff, visitors, and buildings is of the utmost importance. We work with local fire and police agencies, oversee compliance with state and federal regulations, provide building security, and more.

The Safety & Security team provides guidance and support to our crossing guard teams, emergency preparedness teams, safety committees, and other issues that arise in the district.


Safety & Security News

ShakeOut logo in front of Mount Rainier as seen from Woodinville High School

The Great ShakeOut is the world’s largest earthquake drill. During this drill, schools practiced how to drop, cover, and hold on. Teaching our students and staff about earthquake safety helps ensure they know what to do to stay safe when the ground shakes.

Skyview staff receive "Stop the Bleed" training

As part of the District's efforts to be prepared in case of a variety of emergencies, staff at Skyview Middle School recently took a "Stop the Bleed" class, which teaches non-medical personnel how to stop uncontrolled bleeding and potentially save a life.

Superintendent Reid speaks to the committee members in a school library.

The Northshore School District’s Safe Schools Advisory Committee, which will study safety and security issues for District schools and make recommendations to Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid, held its first meeting on Sept. 25. The panel will review and research the District's safety and security policies and make recommendations to the superintendent.

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Henry Simon
Director of Safety & Security

Cathy Barela
Student Services Specialist

Mike Cook
Safety & Security Specialist

Bill Brooks
Safety & Security

Robert Noll
Safety & Security

Clark Combs
Emergency Preparation