School safety is a collaborative effort of all key stakeholders throughout our district and community. The Crown Point Community School Corporation works collaboratively with all sectors of law enforcement and public safety to ensure our students and staff are as safe as possible.
Since school safety is everyone’s responsibility, the CPCSC believes in the motto, “See Something, Say Something”. To this end, anonymous safety tips are always welcome as we strive to maintain a safe environment in our schools.
SafeSchool Alert (see tab on left)
Safety is one of our district’s top priorities and to help safeguard our school community, we’ve taken an important step that we would like to share with you.
Our district is now using SafeSchools Alert, a tip reporting service that allows students, staff, and parents to submit safety concerns to our administration five different ways:
- App: Search for “SafeSchools Alert” in the App Store to download for free
- Phone: 219.306.8063
- Text: Text your tip to 219.306.8063
- Email: email@example.com
- Web: http://1789.alert1.us
You and your child can easily report tips on bullying, harassment, drugs, vandalism, threats of violence, or any safety issue you're concerned about through SafeSchools Alert. When you submit a tip, be sure to use our district’s identification code: 1789 in your communication.
Every tip SafeSchools Alert receives about our district is immediately logged in the system and our administration is notified so that they can investigate and take appropriate action. And, tips may also be submitted anonymously if you prefer.
Together, using SafeSchools Alert, we can make our district a safer place to work and learn! Remember: If You See Something, Say Something!
CPCSC School Safety in the News
School Safety Specialists
The State of Indiana requires each school corporation in the state to have at least one certified school safety specialist. Currently, the Crown Point Community School Corporation employs 14 certified specialists. To become certified, a safety specialist must complete a rigorous five-day basic training conducted by national school safety experts in conjunction with the Indiana Department of Education. To maintain certification, each specialist must attend two days of training each school year. Trainings are based on national best practices in school safety and security.
Indiana Code requires each school to conduct monthly fire drills, one severe weather drill per semester, and one man-made occurrence drill per semester.
If you have any questions regarding School Safety, please contact Mark Gianfermi at firstname.lastname@example.org