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ALICE: Active Intruder Response

Student Safety

Creating a safer school climate for our students and staff is our priority. Classroom response to an incident of an unwanted intruder on campus is critical in creating a safer school environment. Like weather events, fire, accidents, and other threats to student safety are scenarios planned and trained for by students, teachers, staff, and administration in partnership with our first responders. 

Central Point School District uses the A.L.I.C.E. training.

Intruder Response Protocol (ALICE)

ALICE is based upon five actions: ALERT, LOCKDOWN, INFORM, COUNTER and EVACUATE. Each has specific staff and student directives that are unique to the action.

We ask that you do not call or go to the school during an unwanted intruder scenario. Doing so could put you or others in danger. Do not call or text the student’s cell phone. This may put them in danger. The District will communicate with you once we have more information to share. Reliable information and updates can be viewed on the school and District webpages.  If parents and guardians need further action, the District will communicate that information with instructions through the district notification system and the District website.