Safety Information

Important Alief ISD Safety Information

Call 911 or 281-498-3542 if this is an emergency.

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5 Things You Can Do to Keep Schools Safe

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1. Follow school safety ID procedures including: Make sure that your child is wearing his/her ID so that it is easily visible. Also, adhere to sign in and ID procedures for visitors on campus.

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2. Know what your child is bringing to school in his/her backpack. Weapons of any kind,

mace/pepper spray, vape/tobacco products and drugs are not allowed.

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3. Talk to your child about constructive conflict resolution. Most altercations are avoidable. Encourage them to speak with an adult or administrator to help resolve issues.


4. Know what your child is doing on social media and the internet. Engage your child in conversations and pay special attention to warning signs of emotional or mental distress.

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5. See Something, Say Something! Report suspicious behavior either witnessed in person or on social media. Call 281-498-3542 or 911. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Emergency Notifications

In order to receive call, text or email notifications from Alief ISD in the event of bad weather, school closure or campus emergencies, parents and guardians must have the correct phone number and email address on file.

To ensure you receive emergency information, access to your child’s schedule, attendance, discipline, grade book, progress reports, and report cards, please update your contact information through Home Access Center (HAC),

If you have previously opted out of phone/text notifications, parents can opt back in by:

  • Phone calls: Call the Blackboard Phone Hotline at “855-502-STOP (855-502-7867)” from the phone line that has been opted out.

  • Text (SMS) messages: Reply START to “60680” from the phone line that has been opted out for non-emergency messages. Reply START to “54968” for emergency messages.

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Safety Procedures