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Student Safety

Jordan School District is committed to providing a safe environment for students, employees and visitors.  District schools have a detailed Incident Command System for responding to crisis situations.

Reunification

Reunification is a process that is enacted when a school is required to conduct a controlled release of students to parents/guardians following an emergency, or another significant disruption to the normal schedule.

In this circumstance the school or District will send parents/guardians information related to Reunification by using Skylert messages, emails, etc.  Parents/guardians will be given instructions on when and where the Reunification will occur.  Before a student can be released, the parent/guardian must complete a Reunification Checkout Card and present a valid picture ID for verification.

Once at the Reunification site, parents/guardians will be given a Reunification Checkout Card to complete, or may fill out and print in advance by clicking on the link below.

Student Reunification-Checkout Card file PDF

Tarjeta de Estudiante Verficación de la Reunifición file PDF

 


 

A Safe School Environment
Jordan School District is committed to providing a safe environment for students, employees and visitors. The District’s comprehensive Incident Command System addresses a variety of crisis situations including:

Fire
Flood

Violence/Terrorism
Severe Weather

Earthquake
Chemical Spills

Bomb Threats
Power Outages

Jordan District works closely with local public safety officials to be certain everyone is on the same page when it comes to responding to a crisis.


Safe Walking Routes – SNAP Plans

Student Neighborhood Access Program Plan (SNAP)
Check back later for 2017-18 SNAP plans.

If you’re looking for 2016-17, please visit your school website