School Safety is Our Top Priority
We have a comprehensive safety and security plan in place that is continuously reviewed, practiced and evaluated in partnership with law enforcement. Planning, conducting drills and participating in exercises with law enforcement and our Student Resource Officer (SRO), fire, and emergency officials ensures a comprehensive, unified approach to school emergency response planning. Building relationships and community engagement are vital to building a safer school community. Our entire community has a role in school safety.
Please direct all questions to Director of Safety & Transportation: Larry Mayo, 608-835-4032, lwmayo@OregonSD.org.
Safety Tip Line
We all have a role in school safety. Students, parents, school staff, and any community members can submit a school safety concern to the Speak Up Speak Out safety tip line, created by the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of School Safety (OSS).
Click below to submit a confidential report. You may also make a report using your smartphone by downloading the SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT app from the Apple Store or Google Play or by calling 1-800-MY-SUSO-1 to speak to a live, trained dispatcher.
Text messages will not be received. To place Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) calls, dial 711.
For more information about Speak Up Speak Out Wisconsin, visit https://speakup.widoj.gov/.
Safety Protocols & Terminology
The Oregon School District has strong safety protocols in place that align with guidance from the Department of Justice. See below for additional details, including specific terminology. We also have processes for communicating with families during emergencies, and strive to provide honest, consistent, clear, and timely information.
School Safety Protocol Handout - English
Standard Response Protocol, including safety protocol terminology.
School Safety Protocol Handout - Spanish
Spanish version of Standard Response Protocol; includes safety terminology and definitions.
Wisconsin School Threat Assessment Protocol
WI Department of Justice School Threat Assessment Protocol used as an early intervention tool to assist students exhibiting concerning behaviors.