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 (Incident Command System)
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:
- Severe weather
- Chemical spills
- Bomb threat
- 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.
Evacuation: If it is unsafe for students and staff to remain inside the building, the school is evacuated. Students and staff may be relocated to a safe location off school property, if necessary. An evacuation is conducted for an emergency such as a fire.
Lockout: If there is a threat of violence on or near the campus, the school implements a lockout. In a lockout, all students and staff are brought inside the building and all exterior doors are locked until the threat has been resolved. Parents and other visitors may not be allowed in the school during a lockout.
Lockdown: If there is an intruder inside the building, the school implements a lockdown. In a lockdown, all students and staff remain behind locked interior doors until law enforcement clears the building.
Shelter-in-Place: If there is severe weather or threatening conditions outside the school, a shelter-in-place procedure is implemented. All students and staff move to safe locations inside the building.
All schools conduct practice drills regularly with students and local first responders throughout the school year. For more information about how your school prepares and drills for emergencies, contact the school.
How will parents/guardians be notified if an incident occurs at school?
Jordan School District will use a variety of resources to notify parents/guardians, including:
- Alert by phone and/or email (Skylert message)
- Social media
- Local media outlets
- Jordan School District Website
Parents/guardians may be notified directly by Skylert in certain situations, and will be provided information and/or instructions. It is important for parents/guardians to ensure that emergency contact information is accurate in Skyward.
Avoid Deny Defend Student Training Video - Parent/Guardian Viewing
The District welcomes opportunities for parent/guardians to preview curriculum being taught to students, to include emergency response strategies. Avoid Deny Defend has been added to supplement the existing Lockout and Lockdown protocols.
Safe Routes Utah Maps - Walking and Biking Plans 2019-20
To view the 2019 - 20 Safe Routes Utah Maps - walking and biking plan for your student's school,
go to the following Web Site: https://www.saferoutesutahmap.com
Under "Parents: Find Your School's Safe Route"
Select "Jordan" under "District" drop down
Then select the "School" by name in the next drop down
Click on the "View Map" button
For any questions regarding the Safe Routes Utah Plan, contact the school directly.