Safe Kids
The safety of students and staff in our schools and community is of primary importance. Whether it is driving safely in school zones, teaching students to safely walk or ride their bikes to school, or reporting suspicious activity, everyone has an important role in helping to keep our schools and community safe. This page is intended to provide you with valuable information and resources related to safety.

The District website is the primary source of information during any urgent or emergency situation, including inclement weather and school closures. Information will be posted prominently and updated regularly on the District’s home page at www.fhsdschools.org.

 

Reporting Safety Concerns

In an effort to make it possible for students, parents, faculty, and staff to communicate with school administration regarding potential threats to school safety and security, the District has set up an e-mail address at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Safe Kids will be monitored by an administrator 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

The Safe Kids email address is to be used by students, parents, faculty, and staff to report safety concerns in our schools. We will assess and follow up on all information received on Safe Kids and will maintain confidentiality of information sources. We will also aggressively pursue anyone that misuses Safe Kids in any way. Please use Safe Kids responsibly.

 

Thank you,

 Dave Witter, CMAA

Francis Howell High School

 

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