Teaching & Learning

School Safety

District 200 believes that schools should be safe places for children whether they are learning in our classrooms, riding on our buses or participating in an after school or extracurricular activity.  Every school has a comprehensive emergency and crisis plan that details responses to a variety of crisis situations and that is reviewed and practiced regularly.  In addition, the following safety procedures are observed in every building.

• Except for designated entrances, all doors will be locked during the school day.
• All parents, visitors and volunteers must report to the main office before proceeding to classrooms.
• Visitors and/or volunteers are required to wear identification badges while in the school.  These badges are available only     in the school office.
• Parents who are picking up elementary and middle sc