Student safety is our primary concern in all our schools and facilities in Granite School District. We regularly review safety processes and procedures in our schools. Discussions occur with faculty and staff regarding situational awareness and areas of vulnerability. We regularly practice and review our safety procedures with students. We appreciate your help in keeping our students safe as well as discussing safety with your children outside of school and supporting our schools during practice drills and emergency situations.
Emergency Quick Reference Guide
Every classroom in Granite School District is equipped with a quick reference guide for most types of emergency situations. This quick reference guide provides protocols for employees to follow during emergency situations. Additionally, these protocols are reviewed at the school site for specific details related to the school.
School Emergency Response Plans
Every school in Granite School District has an updated yearly plan for emergency response. This plan outlines procedures and specific details for each school site. For specific details regarding this plan, please see the school principal.
All Granite School District schools practice drills routinely. These include fire, earthquake, shelter in place, and lockdown drills. State statute is followed as to how many drills schools practice for each level from elementary to high school as this varies depending on the age of the students.
District Crisis Response Committee
Granite School District has a committee that continually reviews the most current procedures and protocols for keeping our schools safe.
For additional information or details, please see your school principal or call Roger Brooks, Granite School District Emergency Manager, at 385-646-8724.