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 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.
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:
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