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Safety and Security

The safety and welfare of Big Lake Schools students and staff is a high priority. While emergency situations are rare in schools, we are committed to implementing and drilling best practices. Through annual training and routine drills, staff and students are taught how to respond in school emergencies.

Questions?

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to your school administrator.


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What We Do to Keep Kids Safe

Alice Active Shooter Training

ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) is a proactive, action-based system and set of guidelines that empowers staff to get students away from danger, specifically related to active-shooter emergencies. 

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PREPaRE Training

Big Lake Schools is currently going though on-boarding and training for the PREPaRE training curriculum. PREPaRE is a framework developed by the National Association of School Psychologists that equips school personnel with skills needed to carry out an effective crisis response. 

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Limited Building Access

To ensure that only authorized students and staff enter into our buildings, entrance to our buildings is only permitted through our visitor entrances or with the use of an electronic credential door access system.

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Bus Cameras

In partnership with Vision Transportation, all busses that transport Big Lake students are equipped with both stop-arm cameras and internal camera systems.

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Emergency Procedures: What Families Need to Know

Ensure your Contact Information is Up To Date!

The school and district will ensure information is shared via our phone messaging system. If a student is injured, the families of those children will be notified directly.

In order to ensure that you receive, make sure you opt-in to receiving messages through Infinite Campus and that your contact information is up to date.