School Safety & Security
Safety is a top priority at Clarkston Community Schools. All district staff have recently been trained in ALICE protocols and Stop the Bleed procedures.
Our district's School Safety Task Force looks at school safety from a 360-degree standpoint, and is actively identifying opportunities to enhance our protocols and procedures everyday.
For more information about student and staff safety training at Clarkston Community Schools, please contact Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services John Lucido at 248.623.5419.
After-Hours Emergency Line: 248.595.5044
In order to maintain a safe environment for teaching and learning, Clarkston Community School has partnered with The ALICE Training Institute to prepare staff and students in the event that an armed intruder enters one of our buildings with the intent of doing harm. ALICE is a federally endorsed safety protocol that stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate.
The strategies do not need to be completed in order and should not be considered a checklist. Staff and students will rely on the information at hand and their own judgment to determine the safest course of action.