Safety First

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Safety at Westview Elementary is our first priority.

We believe school and student safety is a shared responsibility.

We have procedures in place to ensure that everyone is  safe while at school.

 

Officer Turner

We are fortunate to have a full-time School Security Officer.  Officer Turner will be on the school campus during each day. She will be consistently monitoring the school campus as well as building positive relationships with our students during the day.

 

Visiting Our School

All visitors must enter the building through the front entrance and sign-in through the front office before entering the building.  Upon your first visit, be sure to have your driver’s license available so that we can scan through the Raptor System.  Teachers will not be available to meet with parents at the beginning of the school day as teachers are preparing for class. All visitors must have a pre-scheduled meeting time.

All visitors must wear a name badge during school hours.

 

School Safety, a Shared Responsibility

 We are counting on our families to help us make sure that students are safe during arrival and dismissal. Be vigilant at all times. Cars should move slowly through the car rider line, turn off motors while students are getting into cars in the loading zone, and watch for the signals to start your car and proceed from staff on duty.

Students should not be hanging out of the car windows when cars are moving.

 

Please refrain from parking in the fire lane between the hours of 8:00 A.M. - 2:30 P.M.

 

Safety Drills and Procedures

To remain safe and prepared, safety drills and procedures are in place that will be practiced in compliance with state mandates. Fire drills will occur monthly and two or more intruder and tornado drills will be conducted during the school year.

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