Safety & Security
A Parent's Guide - School Crisis ManagementAspen School District is always looking for the best ways to keep children safe, healthy and engaged in their learning. We recognize the essential role parents and community members play in maintaining a safe and secure learning environment. We also realize that in the event of a crisis, a parent's role is critical in working toward a safe outcome. Please read "A Parent's Guide - School Crisis Management."Security ServicesThe District has personnel, along with School Resource Officers, that protect district property through the patrolling of district facilities. This ensures our schools are ready for learning every morning when our students arrive. Through crisis planning, training and response the district makes every effort in providing a safe and secure learning environment for students and staff throughout the Aspen School District campus and in all of our public schools.Safe2TellSafe2Tell provides a safe and easy way to anonymously report information about anything that is a concern to school or community safety. Please watch this brief Safe 2 Tell Video about this important anonymous reporting program. To report a safety concern regarding yourself or others:
Call: 877-542-SAFE (7233) Web: http://safe2tell.org/submit-a-tip Text: Text "S2T1" to 274637For more information, please refer to their website at http://safe2tell.org.Marijuana in ColoradoFor information regarding youth prevention please visit this website https://goodtoknowcolorado.com/.Environmental ServicesThe District works to provide a healthy environment for its students and staff, allowing them to focus on our core business - student learning. The District also maintains its compliance status with all state and federal environmental laws and regulations.Internet SafetyHow can children be safe on the Internet? How can you protect your child from harm? Internet + children = ? If you are uncertain about how to help your child stay safe on the Internet, learn more about Internet Safety. Educate yourself about the usefulness and dangers of the Internet. A good resource is CommonSenseMedia.org. This web resource is a field guide for parents to help them navigate their child's digital world. With reviews of everything related to appropriateness for children from movies to video games to the latest social media apps, CommonSenseMedia is a valuable resource for parents. In fact, the District's Digital Citizenship curriculum comes from this website.
The District also has more specific technology information on it's For Parents home page.
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