"The safety and well-being of students is our highest priority."
Dr. Susan Kincannon, Belton ISD Superintendent
Over the last decade, Belton ISD has maintained a steadfast commitment to addressing student safety and well-being in a comprehensive way that integrates several important elements. Every year, at both the District and campus levels, staffs build upon previously implemented tools, techniques, and procedures. Alongside important partners, the District seeks continuous improvement for its emergency preparedness to ensure that students attend school in a safe, secure and inclusive learning environment.
Pete Ramirez (Left) Coordinator of Emergency Preparedness Doug Taylor (Right) Coordinator of Safety Dr. Rachelle Warren Director of Social Emotional Learning and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
News and Safety Updates:
February 2019 - Belton ISD Web Story - High School Seniors receive "Stop the Bleed" Training
January 2019 Temple Daily Telegram – Security terms change for Belton ISD schools
January 2019 KCEN – Belton ISD Implements New Safety Terminology
October 2018 KWTX – Belton: School district to start using anti-bullying app
October 2018 KWKT – Belton ISD staff learn life-saving skills
July 2018 Temple Daily Telegram – BISD hires 3 to improve school safety
July 2018 KWKT – Belton ISD hiring three new employees to improve school safety
July 2018 Belton ISD Key Communicator Newsletter - July Key Communicator RE: Safety