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Safety is a Priority! Thank you Resource Officers!
Safety is a Priority! Thank you Resource Officers!
Leigh Barnes
Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Thank you to our daily resource officers for keeping us safe! We appreciate your support and service!

Visitors (In adhering to our COVID-19 Re-Entry Plan we will not be allowing visitors at UTSC Schools)

The safety of our children is ever present on our minds. Students participate in monthly safety drills and safety precautions are a focus with students and staff.  We are proud to have a resource officer frequently present during arrival and dismissal times. We welcome families and community members into our school and ask that you buzz-in at our main entrance, inform us of who you are and the purpose of your visit. Please check-in with our office, sign-in, and wear a visitor sticker while you are in our building. You are invited to volunteer in your child's classroom, chaperone on a field trip, and eat lunch with your child. We do require criminal background checks to be a classroom volunteer or chaperone. 

In addition, we have a resource officer on staff at our building each day. Officers will support us in safety measures throughout the school and during the practice of our monthly drills.

We are a SchoolGuard School: Click here for more information.

UTSC Community Letter regarding SchoolGuard: Click this link.

Safety Drill Information

Students and staff participate in monthly safety drills addressing weather events, fires, bus evacuations, intruders and other threats. We teach and practice a uniform classroom response according to each drill with consistent language from the Standard Response Protocol(SRP).

Union Township Schools Safety Response Plan: One County-One Protocol

More information on SRP can be found on this website: http://iloveuguys.org/srp.html and on the Parent Handout.

Posted in each of our classroom is the SRP classroom poster with guidance of evacuation routes and shelter areas.

Communication with families of any emergency is a priority and you can expect information via text, e-mail and/or phone messages.