Safe Schools

As part of normal operations of the school district, all campuses have comprehensive, up-to-date safety plans in place to address a variety of emergency conditions such as fire, earthquake, sheltering, and evacuation. The plans are reinforced through drills with students and at regular meetings with our employees.

In any emergency situation, specific response strategies will depend on the nature and scope of the incident and prevailing conditions. In most incidents, public safety and emergency management personnel will play a critical role in identifying the specific nature, cause, and extent of the emergency, as well as providing guidance to administrators on the response steps that must be carried out.

Your children are surrounded daily by professionals who have dedicated their lives to helping their students; in the event of an emergency, you can count on these caring individuals to keep your children secure. All employees in the LTUSD continue to work to make all our schools safe and secure environments.

If you have questions about your child's safety and school support responses, please contact your principal. Your understanding, support, and cooperation are vital as we take these precautionary actions on behalf of our students.

Below are links to how we are working to keep kids safe:

LTUSD Emergency Procedures

Procedimiento de Emergencia para Padres


Erase Bullying in Our Schools

Borre Bravuconeria en nuestras escuelas



CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates):

Megan’s Law – Information on Registered Sex Offenders: (California Penal Code allows for a registered sex offender to be on school premises when such offender has lawful business on campus (i.e. as a parent of a child) AND possesses written permission from the chief administrative official of that particular school. This law gives a school’s chief administrative official the option to grant a registered sex offender written permission to be on campus, as determined by their own discretion and/or protocol, after the lawful business of any such person on campus has been validated. Click here for more information. ) Also:

Emergency Preparedness – Things to Do Now

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