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The district continues to hold various safety drills as part of our safety program. We have held a weather drill, lockdown drill and evacuation drill in our schools. We will be holding additional drills throughout the remainder of the school year.
The district has implemented the Raptor Identification system to screen all visitors to our buildings. The system will be used at the high school for the remainder of this school year. We anticipate expanding it to Logan for the start of the 15-16 school year. Parents are reminded that you must have a legitimate government issued picture I.D. when picking up a child. Parents are also reminded that you must come into the high school office to sign your child out Parents at the high school have received a letter explaining this process .
Parents are reminded that if you have a safety concern to contact your building principal. If you see something say something. We appreciate your diligence when it comes to school safety.The district has purchased the Raptor Identification system to screen all visitors to our buildings. The system will be used at the high school and the middle school. Parents are reminded that you must have a legitimate government picture I.D. when picking up a child. Parents are also reminded that you must come into the school office to sign your child out.
Parents and students are reminded that students must ride the bus that they are assigned.In an effort to educate and help parents protect their children on line please visit the following websites. These sites provide information on parent control software, monitoring devices, and information about how teenagers are using the highly popular social media site Instagram.
Internet Filtering Resources and Product Guides
Online Safety for Children and Teens: A Comprehensive Guide to Staying Safe Online
Understanding Youth Culture
Facebook and Social Networking: What Parents Should Know
Social networking sites like Facebook keep growing in popularity, especially among teens. But they can also be used for online bullying. Here are 10 tips to get parents up to speed and help them be aware of their teen's social networking activity.
by Patti Ghezzi
“If you see something say something”
School Bus Safety
90% of our students ride the bus to and from school. It is important that parents review the following with their children regarding bus safety.
1. When waiting for the school bus, children should not play in the street. Stand at least 15 feet from the road if possible.
2. They should line up facing the bus, not at its side. All their belongings should be packed safely away in their backpacks.
If loose items roll under the bus, then children should not reach under it to get them.
3. If approaching the bus, children should wait for a signal from the driver and walk where they can be seen.
4. When leaving the bus, children should immediately step onto the sidewalk and away from the traffic.
5. Inside the bus, students must sit in their seats at all times, talk quietly, follow driver instructions and keep the aisle clear at all times.
6. Students must ride the bus they are assigned at all times.
For information on various pathogens and respiratory illnesses refer to the following websites:
Centers for Disease Control www.cdc.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Health www.health.state.pa.us
Allegheny County Health Department www.achd.net
Parents/Guardians picking up children
All visitors must show a recognized picture I.D. when visiting buildings, and or picking up children.
Acceptable forms of I.D. are current driver’s license, Pa. state photo, I.D. or a military I.D.
“Safety is everyone’s responsibility”