As you may know, Peters Township has implemented the ALICE system of safety training. This training for staff and students is just one of the many steps taken by the District to help improve the safety and security of everyone in our buildings.
You may have read about ALICE in the media as this training has been adopted in many local schools and is overwhelmingly recommended by police departments across the country. ALICE focuses on providing options during a crisis.
Each year we offer parents the opportunity to learn more about the program, not only to better discuss school safety with their children, but to have an understanding of ALICE as many parents are frequent volunteers and visitors to our schools. During this parent session, the District will provide an overview of the steps of ALICE and share the rationale and development of the program. We will also provide general information on how ALICE is being implemented in our schools and shared with our students.
Our next parent session will take place on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.
We will meet in the Board Room in the Administration Building. Please note that this session will be very similar to the previous training. Parents are welcome to repeat the session, but it is not necessary. As a refresher, you may also view the ALICE video
created by our media students.
To help us plan for the training, please register for the event below:
Click to register: http://www.ptsd.k12.pa.us/ALICETrainingRegistration.aspx