To promote a positive and safe school district, any individual who hears or sees suspicious activity within any of our Laredo ISD campuses are asked to "Say Something!"
Call/Text (956) 225-5454 or email email@example.com for immediate assistance. Every report received will remain anonymous.
In your room or area. Clear the halls.
Students: Clear the hallways and remain in room or area until the “All Clear” is announced. Do business as usual.
Adults: Close and lock the door. Account for students and adults. Do business as usual.
Get inside. Lock outside doors.
Students: Return to inside of building. Do business as usual
Adults: Bring everyone indoors. Lock outside doors. Increase situational awareness. Account for students and adults Do business as usual
Locks, lights, out of sight.
Students: Move away from sight. Maintain silence. Do not open the door.
Adults: Recover students from hallway if possible. Lock the classroom door. Turn out the lights. Move away from sight. Maintain silence. Do not open the door. Prepare to evade or defend.
(A location may be specified)
Students: Leave stuff behind if required to. If possible, bring your phone. Follow instructions.
Adults: Lead students to evacuation location. Account for students and adults. Notify if missing, extra or injured students or adults.
Hazard and safety strategy.
Students: Use appropriate safety strategy for the hazard:
Evacuate to shelter area
Seal the room
Drop, cover and hold
Get to high ground
Adults: Lead safety strategy. Account for students and adults. Notify if missing, extra or injured students or adults.
LISD is taking the lead on ensuring the safety and security of its students and staff by implementing the use of walkthrough metal detectors and hand-held metal detectors at every campus. As an extra precaution, any visitor stepping on school premises must enter through the main entryway, sign in, and show a government-issued form of identification that goes through the Raptor system, a visitor management system that enhances school security by reading a visitor's drivers’ license (or other approved ID), comparing information against a sex offender database to alert school administrators and District police if a match is found. Once cleared through the system, a visitor badge is produced that includes a photo, name of the visitor, date & time, and destination.
Board of Trustees
Board of Trustees
Dr. Sylvia Rios
Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Oscar Perez
Executive Director of Health and Occupational Safety Support Services
Director of Risk Management and Safety
Refugio Manuel Arredondo
Chief Doreen Hale
LISD Chief of Police
City of Laredo Fire Dept
City of Laredo Emergency Services
Chief Guillermo Heard
Laredo Fire Department Chief
Chief Mr. Steve Landin
Assistant City of Laredo Managers and Acting Chief of Laredo Police Department
Sheriff Martin Cuellar
Webb County Sheriff
Elementary School Parent
Secondary School Parent