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Standard Reunification

The "I Love U Guys" foundation has provided this Student/Parent handout that describes the standard reunification method and gives a sample of the reunification card the district would use to exercise this process.  

For questions please call Nancy Ross, Emergency Response & Crisis Specialist for School District 27J at  (303) 655-2954 or email nross@sd27j.org

 Controlled Entries and Security Screening
for School Visitors Helps Keep Kids Safe
Bring Your ID to Enter Schools

Controlled entry systems are being added to all middle and elementary schools.  These systems require people to push a button to request entry.  Office staff can see the entrant on video and speak to the person to determine their identify and need for entry. 

All 27J schools also screen visitors once they check-in at the office, using a system that scans the information on the ID, performs a security screening against a national offender database, and prints a visitor badge for approved entrants that includes their photo.

The system takes drivers licenses and identification cards from all 50 states, US passport cards, military IDs and many other forms of identification. If your ID is expired or has been lost, please take the steps needed to get a current ID. Wear your visitor badge and help observe that everyone has an ID badge on while in our schools.  Report any problems to site administration.  Thank you for helping to keep kids safe and secure at school!
 
Traiga su identificación para que pueda entrar a las escuelas
Implementaremos un nuevo sistema de registro para los visitantes con el motivo de aumentar la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y personal escolar. Cuando usted visite nuestra escuela, usted necesita ir a la oficina principal, donde le pedirán que presente una identificación con foto. El sistema nuevo escanea la información en su identificación y hace una revisión de seguridad para después imprimir un gafete de visitante con su foto.

El sistema acepta, entre otro tipo de identificaciones, las licencias de conductor e identificaciones orifícales de los 50 estados, tarjetas del pasaporte de los EE.UU. e identificaciones militares. Si su identificación ya no es vigente, la perdió o extravío, le pedimos que haga lo necesario para que la remplace. Use su gafete de visitante y observe que todos los demás tengan un gafete que los identifique. Reporte cualquier problema a la administración de la escuela. Gracias por ayudarnos a mantener nuestros estudiantes a salvo de cualquier peligro.
  
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Teach Kids to be Safe on the Way to School 
Click here for tips on how to keep children safe
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Emergency Training:
Lockout! Lockdown! Shelter! Evacuate
!

School District 27J and other school districts and emergency response agencies in Adams County use common language and actions for four Standard Response Protocols.  Click here for the classroom poster developed for schools:

Poster in English
Poster in Spanish


 

Learn more at the “I Love U Guys” Foundation website: 
http://iloveuguys.org/

  

SAFE2TELL
Anonymous Reporting

SAFE2TELL® is designed to help students anonymously report any threatening behavior that endangers them, their friends, their family, or their community.  Call (877) 542-SAFE or report online at http://safe2tell.org/submit-a-tip/
.
 

Visit the SAFE2TELL homepage for more information:  http://safe2tell.org/

SAFE2TELL WORKS!  Read the latest impact report here:
 
safe2tell.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/Impact-Report-September-2013_NoFin.pdf


 
 
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A message from FEMA...

Flu Fighters

It is not too late to get a flu vaccination! Are you protected? The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by various flu viruses that spread when people with flu cough, sneeze or talk. About 5 to 20 percent of people in the United States get influenza each year. Flu related complications include pneumonia and dehydration, which can last one to two weeks. In some cases, the flu can also lead to death.

If you get sick with flu symptoms, stay away from others as much as possible to keep from infecting them. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends staying home at least 24 hours after your fever is gone except to get medical care or necessities.

While vaccination remains the best line of defense against flu, there are simple everyday preventive actions you can take to help fight the spread of germs such as washing your hands frequently and covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze.

If you haven’t received your flu vaccination, use the

vaccine finder to locate a clinic near you!


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27J Contact
For more information on the district’s emergency management program and school safety, contact:

Nancy Ross
27J Emergency Response & Crisis Specialist
(303) 655-2954

Emergency Management links:
 
 
 
 
 

 





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