Safety and Security

Mission Statement

The CFBISD Security Department is dedicated to promoting safety, health, education, cultural awareness, good character, and leadership skills. It is our mission to help young people improve their lives by building self-esteem, and developing good values and skills during critical years of growth.

Goals & Objectives

Our Goal is to continue to provide a culture of safety, security, and emergency preparedness that must be integrated into the overall school culture in a balanced, rational, and comprehensive way that is non-alarmist, but proactive and progressive in nature.

We ask for your assistance. Please be vigilant about what your children bring to school on their person, in backpacks, or in vehicles. Please talk with them about what are acceptable items to bring to school. Items such as toy guns, toy knives, and lighters are prohibited and will be taken seriously. All incidents will be reported to the Local Police & Security Department and appropriate disciplinary action will follow.

CFBISD campuses are places to learn and should be safe, secure and free of violence. Drugs, weapons, and disruptive behavior have no place in our schools and will not be tolerated. Any student who violates laws at school will not only be subject to disciplinary action as stated in CFBISD Board Policies, but may also be subject to arrest by the police and/or legal action may be taken. Additional information is provided in the Student Code of Conduct/Student-Parent Handbook.

The safety of our students and employees is top priority. Our district maintains a Campus Crime Stoppers Hotline, which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for the reporting of illegal or suspicious activity in and around our campuses and facilities. Thank you for your continued cooperation and support.

Mario De La Rosa, Director of Safety & Security

Mario De La Rosa
Director
972.968.6232
 

Amber Gardner

Amber Gardner
Emergency Management Coordinator
972.968.6422

Aziz Sheriff
Security Technology
972.968.6423
 

Maria Jimenez
Secretary
972.968.6421
 

Standard Response Protocol

CFBISD constantly seeks to provide a circle of protection that generates safety and security in all schools and facilities. Controlled access to buildings, a revamped volunteer registration program, crisis communication, employees and first responders are all essential to that cause.

CFBISD uses the Standard Response Protocol (SRP), created by the Colorado-based I Love You Guys Foundation, to simplify the district’s emergency response procedures. We believe this protocol helps foster a safe learning and working environment for all students and staff.