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E404 – Safety and Security

  • Effective - 1/24/2017
  • Revision -

Jordan School District will support and implement physically and emotionally safe school programs and procedures where learning can occur.

  1. School safety and security will be accomplished by providing a physically safe learning environment through safety and security programs that include:
    1. Safe and secure buildings and grounds
    2. Emergency preparedness
    3. Student, staff and patron safety and welfare
  2. School safety and security will be further accomplished by encouraging each school to foster an emotionally safe and a welcoming environment through a Code of Conduct that will be developed at each school in collaboration with the school administration, faculty, and School Community Council. An anti-bullying program will be an element of each school’s Code of Conduct and shall include the following components:
    1. Clearly articulated and defined desired actions and behaviors
    2. Clearly defined rules and consequences
    3. Clearly defined reporting process
    4. Clearly defined education process for students, parents, faculty, and staff
  3. Evidence of the above will be provided through multiple means.
    1. The safety and security programs for physical safety shall be measured and assessed by:
      1. Jordan Safety and Security Assessments (three times per year)
      2. School Self-inspection Surveys (annually)
      3. Jordan School District Online Satisfaction Surveys (annually)
      4. Utah State Risk Inspections (annually)
      5. Utah State Fire Inspections (annually)
      6. Utah State Board of Health Inspections (annually)
      7. End of year drill reporting from schools
      8. Safety and Security Annual Report
    2. The emotionally safe environment for schools shall be measured and assessed by:
      1. Code of Conduct from each school provided to the appropriate Administrator of Schools and available on the school’s website (annually)
      2. Dates of each school’s Code of Conduct training provided to the appropriate Administrator of Schools (annually)