School Safety

Student and staff safety is our top priority in the Lake County School District. We partner very closely with local agencies in Lake County–including the Lake County Office of Emergency Management, Leadville Police Department and Lake County Sheriff’s Office–on our safety efforts. Every fall we provide information to parents on our school safety practices. Links to this information are provided below. You can find more information about the best practices we use for training and response (the Standard Response Protocol and the Standard Reunification Protocol) by visiting the I Love You Guys Foundation.

School Safety Parent Letter – English

School Safety Parent Letter – Spanish

Standard Response Protocol Overview – English 

Standard Response Protocol Overview – Spanish

SRM (Standard Reunification Method) Parent Handout-English

SRM (Standard Reunification Method) Parent Handout-Spanish

Sample Reunification Card English & Spanish

Safe2Tell Anonymous Reporting Information or visit

Bullying Prevention Information -English

Bullying Prevention Information-Spanish

Threat Assessment Fair Notice for Parents-English

Threat Assessment Fair Notice for Parents-Spanish

Threat Assessment Fair Notice for Students-English

Threat Assessment Fair Notice for Students-Spanish

Title IX-Students Know your Rights Brochure-English

Title IX-Students Know your Rights Brochure-Spanish

Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) – Annual Notification

Access to Colorado’s Sex Offender Registry is provided at this link. Information may be obtained at this site by selecting the zip code for Lake County (80461). 

If you have any questions about safety in our schools, please reach out to us by calling 719-486-6800 or emailing us.