Avonworth School Safety

Avonworth School Safety

Avonworth School Safety 


The Avonworth School District understands school safety is always a concern. We take the safety of our students, teachers, staff and local community very seriously. As a result, our safety committee comprised of administrators, parents, teachers, local police officials and healthcare workers meet monthly. Discussed are increased communication, professional development, current practices, and procedures.

We welcome your feedback as we continually assess our district's security.  Please utilize the online form to the left to send any comments, concerns, tips or resources you feel would be of benefit.  It is anonymous.



Active Intruder (RUN-HIDE-FIGHT)


The Avonworth School District trains its teachers, staff, and students in new lockdown procedures. The new lockdown drill procedures include run, hide or fight and recognize that school staff and students might have to implement more than one option using their own judgment in an active-shooter situation.Please view the above link for more details and rational for this philosphy. 


The departments of Education, Justice, Homeland Security and Health and Human Services collaborated in releasing guidance to schools, colleges and places of worship on how to work with first responders and other partners to plan and prepare for emergencies.


Cyber Safety / Awareness


The Avonworth School District partners with Common Sense Media (www.commonsensemedia.org) to help educate our community on all aspects of cyber awareness. Please see the links below for more details and resources. 


Top Links:
1.  Family Media Agreement :  This would be a great document to print and handout with the devices
2.  Sexting handbook for tweens/teens 
3.  Family Activity Sheets are great for elementary families
4.  Parent Concerns is another great resource that helps answer the Commonly Asked Questions.
6.  Media Reviews we also have a free Common Sense app for IOS and Android 



Sexting / Cyber Harassment Laws Presentation