What We Do
Passed during the regular Legislature Session of 2013, Act 50 HB 718 requires a "crisis management and response plan" to be developed and maintained, in an effort to provide students, faculties, and staff a safe learning and work environment. Schools are required to submit thier Appendix B, plans for schools and safety drill rehearsal as well as their Appendix C, exercise documentation forms within the first 30 days of the school year.
The School Safety department has developed and maintains a comprehensive Emergency Crisis Plan to help our schools better understand and prepare for multiple emergency situations. District employees may download a current copy of the JP Schools Crisis Plan. This document requires a password to open. To request the password, please contact Kerri Cianciminio at Kerri.Cianciminio@jpschools.org.
On November 5, 2008, the Jefferson Parish Drill Policy was passed by the School Board. These drills are required for safety planning and preparations. Please be sure to review the required timeline for each drill and grade level and submit your Multi-Drill Report Form to Kerri.Cianciminio@jpschools.org in the School Safety Department
ID Cards/Access Key Cards
Jefferson Parish Schools require all personnel to have a picture ID. Central Office and Itinerant employees needing an ID are asked to please call the School Safety department to set up an appointment as well as download and complete a copy of the ID Request Form. This form will need to be given to a School Safety team member at the time of your appointment. Please call (504)349-7641 or email Kerri.Cianciminio@jpschools.org to schedule your appointment. If you are in need of an Access Key Card, please email your access request form for 501 Manhattan to Jessica.Babin@jpschools.org and for the Annex and Emenes Building to Eddie.Moses@jpschools.org.
For Information on Bullying/Violence Prevention and Substance Abuse Policies, Calendars and Resources, please see the District Affairs Discipline page