Ingham ISD Safety
Welcome to our School Safety Hub! Discover essential information and resources dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of our students and staff at Ingham Intermediate School District. Your safety is our priority, and this page is your go-to source for updates and valuable insights.
Ingham ISD Safety Terms
Ingham ISD has worked with our local law enforcement agencies (Ingham County Sheriff’s Department and Mason Police Department) to develop four safety terms that will be used in potential emergency situations. When we communicate with families, these are the terms we will be use and what each of them mean:
Educate in Place
Conditions inside the building are safer than outside. Education and movement can continue inside the building until the all-clear is given to be able to move outside. Heightened security.
Tornado Shelter in Place
A tornado warning has been issued. Staff and students should take shelter immediately in a designated shelter until given the all-clear.
Conditions outside are safer than inside the building. Staff and students should evacuate the building to their designated evacuation area.
Active Violent Incident
There is an active violent situation, apply ALICE protocols.
Safety Updates and Announcements
Ingham ISD Staff Attend A.L.I.C.E. Training
Staff at Ingham ISD’s Thorburn Education Center attended hands-on ALICE Training to practice active violent incident protocols.
Ingham ISD Presents at Michigan Association of Superintendents & Administrators Conference
Jason Mellema, Ingham ISD Superintendent and Mike Lilley, Executive Director of Information Technology Services presented at the Michigan Association of Superintendents & Administrators conference on MiSecure, technology safety practices.