There is a District policy concerning visitors visiting the District’s Schools. The KEY is “ALL VISITORS WILL REPORT TO THE SCHOOL OFFICE”.
The district will make reasonable efforts to accommodate requests to visit the district’s
schools, yet also recognizes concerns for the welfare of students. Therefore, the district
limits visitors to:
1. Parents/guardians of current students;
2. Other family members of current students who are approved by the student’s
3. Board members and other persons invited by the district for official business
To ensure visitors do not disrupt the educational process or other school operations and
that no unauthorized persons enter schools, all visitors shall report to the school office
immediately when entering a school. Authorized visitors may: (1) be required to sign in
and out; (2) be given name-tags to wear identifying themselves as visitors; and (3) be
accompanied by a district employee for some or all of the visit. School administrators
may approve additional building procedures pertaining to school visitors to preserve a
proper and safe learning environment.
Unauthorized persons shall not loiter on school property at any time. Law enforcement
authorities may be called to enforce this policy provision.
Visiting schools is a privilege, not a right, which may be limited, denied or revoked by a
school administrator or designee based on considerations of student and/or staff safety,
efficient school operations, maintenance of a proper educational environment, or failure
to comply with this policy.