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Safety & Security

Safety is the number one priority for Community Consolidated District 62 Schools. The district and each school has a comprehensive crisis management plan in place not only to prevent a crisis, but also to prepare, respond, and recover from one should it occur. Please note: To avoid the exploitation of our safety plans by those who would cause harm or damage, we do not make these documents available to the public.

Safety Concern?

Send an anonymous tip to tell district safety staff about threats, bullying, drugs, weapons, concerns about student well-being, and any other safety problem.

To ensure we have up to date emergency information for your student(s), please log into Campus Parent and verify your family's contact information.

Should any updates be needed, please contact your school directly.

School resource officer

In August, the district hired a new School Resource Officer Matthew Stonequist to begin collaborating on district safety, security protocols and procedures.

Threat Assessment Procedure

School Boards annually shall file a threat assessment procedure and a list identifying the members of the school district’s threat assessment team or regional behavior threat assessment and intervention team with a local law enforcement agency and the regional office of education.

Additionally, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) exempts from disclosure any threat assessment procedure under the School Safety Drill Act and any information contained in the procedure from inspection and copying.


Systems in Place to Keep Students and Staff Secure

The district is always looking for ways to improve the safety and security of our students and staff. This includes adding the Raptor Lobby Management System for district visitors as well as adding more security cameras and telephones throughout all our schools.


Please contact: Adam Denenberg

Raptor Systems

In October of 2022, the district introduced the Raptor Visitor Management system.

Upon entering a district building, visitors will be asked to present an ID, which will be scanned and entered into our system.

If a parent, guardian, or other visitor is undocumented or for any reason does not have a US government-issued ID, another form of identification can be provided.

Once entry is approved, Raptor will issue a badge that includes a photo, the name of the visitor, time, date, and purpose or destination of the visit.

Security cameras

At this time, most indoor (hallway, stairwell, gym, cafeteria) and outdoor security cameras have been installed at both Algonquin and Chippewa Middle School.

Since spring break video is being recorded at each school. These cameras record detected motion and do not capture any audio.

The district is expecting to complete the video camera project at Plainfield Elementary School before the end of the year and then will move onto Iroquois Community School, where project plans have already been finalized.

Over the next one to two years security cameras will be installed at the remaining district schools.

Classroom phones

Each classroom will be installed with a phone which will allow staff to contact first responders. New clocks and public address (PA) systems will be installed in our schools.

Our middle schools have been our first priority as part of this focus, with Algonquin beginning installation in November.

This process will take approximately two years for completion.