How Hall Pass Works
-Any visitor entering one of our schools – who will have the opportunity to interact with students during bell hours – will be required to sign in using this system.
-Visitors who will be required to use this system include:
-Parents, guardians and other visitors who will volunteer in or observe classrooms or student activity areas.
-Parents, guardians or other appropriate visitors who eat lunch with their student, who may be at school for a birthday celebration or classroom activity, or who may volunteer for a field trip.
-Vendors and other community partners who have access to our building's hallways to execute their work duties. Driver’s license or government-issued ID card will be used to check you in to the building. Name and birth date will be instantly captured, and within seconds, you will receive a date-specific visitors ID badge to wear in school.-Visitor IDs will be scanned against national sexual offender data bases only to ensure the safety and security of our school environment. This will occur in a matter of seconds. Frequent visitors may be issued a unique key fob ID to make check-in/check-out scanning easier on future visits.
-Frequent visitors will still be required to check in on each visit and wear an ID badge. A visitor will be required to check in each time they visit. This can be done using the key fob, or their drivers license/ID.
-Each time a visitor checks in, a custom ID badge will be provided.
-Visitors should always check out of the buildings at the office and return their visitors badge.
-Should a non-authorized visitor attempt to enter a school, both school leaders and our district’s safety personnel will be alerted.