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School Safety

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. We strongly urge all families to familiarize themselves with how to report a safety concern, safety protocols and terminology, and our process for communicating during an emergency.  All of this information can be found below. If you have questions, we invite you to contact us. 

Dawn Goltz

Dawn Goltz

Principal, OSD Safety Coordinator

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.

Submit a Tip   Speak Up, Speak Out Wisconsin

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Talking with Kids About Kids Challenging Topics

Parents, guardians, families, and caregivers will have many occasions to support their students and talk with them about a variety of topics and events they experience. Below are resources and organizations that offer tips and guidance for families to support students and navigate conversations on a variety of topics.  If, after speaking with your student, you determine a need for additional support we encourage you to reach out to the student services support team at your student's school. 

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