School Safety


    Talking with Children about Violence

    We encourage families to conduct mental and emotional check-ins with their children on a regular basis.  It is important to allow children to learn and process information in an age-appropriate manner.  It is also important to take measures in preventing any media messages or measures intended to prevent and prepare students from feeding fears.  An excellent resource for parents on how to talk to your children about the recent school violence is available from the American Psychological Association.

  • Prevention and Preparedness 

    Student and staff safety is our highest priority.  We have protocols and procedures in place for the prevention of and response to emergency situations.

  • Social, Emotional, & Mental Health Resources

  • Safety Reporting Form

  • Annual Drills

  • School Resource Officer

  • Professional Development & Training

  • Processes & Procedures

  • Technological & Physical Resources

  • Control & Manage Building Access


    Reporting Concerns

    Everyone has a responsibility to keep our schools safe. We encourage anyone who hears or sees something to report that information to school administrators, our school resource officer, the police department, or to use the School District of Fort Atkinson mobile app anonymous tip line.



    Safety Terms

  • Reunification

  • Evacuation

  • Lockdown

  • Be Prepared for an Emergency

  • In Case of School Emergency

  • How We Communicate in an Emergency

  • How You Can Help

  • Following an Emergency