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 Ferguson Situation Update Letter

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PostSubject: Ferguson Situation Update Letter   Fri Nov 14, 2014 1:37 pm

November 13, 2014

Dear HSD Community,

Our patrons are awaiting the grand jury’s decision regarding the city of Ferguson situation. The District has responded to many emails, phone calls and social media inquiries about our emergency preparedness plans.

In late October, a letter, which detailed our emergency plans, was shared with the HSD community. We asked parents and guardians to update contact information for their children. We will utilize our inclement weather procedures with autodial phone messages, emergency phone lines, email blasts, the District Facebook and Twitter pages and local media outlets. We have met regularly with our law enforcement partners. Recently, the NAACP met with area school districts, law enforcement, area businesses, church leaders and representatives from the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Office to discuss emergency preparedness.

We have provided teachers with a framework for facilitating classroom discussions related to the city of Ferguson event. The transportation department has reviewed bus routes and will re-route buses for students who are displaced. Our security officers and law enforcement partners will provide additional security at our school campuses. Outsiders will be removed if they appear on our campuses.

Several faith-based organizations including John Knox Presbyterian Church, Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, St. Andrews United Methodist Church and Third Presbyterian Church have indicated they will provide food, shelter or anything else that may be needed to assist our families and community.

The St. Louis County Prosecutor’s office informed school districts that if the grand jury’s decision is made on a weekend, school superintendents will be notified 24 hours prior to the information being released to the media. If a decision is reached during the week, school districts will be given three hours of advance notice. The three-hour window will allow us enough time to transport students home safely.

The safety of our students and staff remains a high priority.


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Grayling Tobias, Ed.D.

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