CHARDON HILLS MAGNET SCHOOL
Over the last month, Chardon Hills’ students and staff have been introduced to A.L.I.C.E. procedures to ensure school safety. A letter explaining this shift in the district’s safety procedures was sent home and the district does plan to hold family informational meetings soon. As we all know, school and workplace violence are unfortunately a reality that we cannot ignore. Therefore, we have started to practice modifications to our safety procedures, which we call “I’m not Scared, I’m Prepared”. Thus far Euclid Police Office Steve Shubert presented the school-wide assembly, and the students have practiced an enhanced lockdown and evacuation. We have also practiced fire and tornado drills recently.
As we enter the home stretch of the year, there is still a great deal of learning and assessments taking place. We ask for your support in a strong finish. Please maintain a consistent schedule and bedtime (even as the days grow longer). Remind your children that school rules and procedures are still just as important now as they were earlier in the year. And please keep the lines of communication open between you and your child’s teachers. These measures will help instill in our children that education is the key to success in life. As always, Chardon Hills Magnet School seeks opportunities for the community and school to support each other. Please feel free to share your ideas to help us find such occasions. And please continue to communicate with Chardon Hills to ensure we keep our children successful.
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