The safety and security of our students, staff, visitors and buildings is of the utmost importance. 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. We work with local fire and police agencies, oversee compliance with state and federal regulations, provide building security, and more.
Northshore School District has developed four different building designations for student's, staff and visitors for school-related emergencies.
Should public safety officials call for the evacuation of a school, students and staff members may be safely transported by bus to a designated alternate shelter location.
Northshore School District continues to take proactive measures to protect the safety of all our students and staff members.
The committee comprised of parents, community members, faculty, students and first responders develop recommendations that promote school safety.
Find information and resources regarding emergency planning, bullying, internet safety, natural disasters and more.
Many of us don’t call 9-1-1 very often. The process can have an emotional response based on our personal history and the incident we are reporting.