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Letter From Mrs. Calero - Sherriff Canine Team Visits

Dear Families and Students,

 

North Monterey County High School’s commitment to providing a safe and healthy school climate continues. In an effort to keep our school safe and drug free, we have the opportunity to partner up with the Monterey County Sheriff’s Department to bring in a Sheriff and Canine periodically.

It is our hope that their presence would deter students from bringing illegal substances to school that could threaten the health and safety for students at school. Knowing that there is a built in deterrent with periodic visits on campus and in classrooms supports students to make better choices and, in fact, gives them an easy reason to say “no” to bad choices. 

 

During the school visit, a random set of classrooms and areas on campus will be visited and the Sheriff and Canine team will have the opportunity to work the area selected. All students are made aware of the reasons the canine may alert on a belonging. If the canine alerts on a belonging, Administration and Campus Security will work with the student from that point on. Parent notification of all such incidences is part of the process, even if there is nothing found.

 

The visiting Sheriff and Canine do not give off an aggressive presence, nor do students feel intimidated by them, the dogs simply use a passive alert that is less interfering than other alternatives for drug detection. This is of benefit since we want to provide a safe, welcoming, drug free environment at NMCHS. Please do not hesitate to call the school if you have any questions or concerns. We are here to provide the best possible experience for your students while keeping them safe, healthy, and happy at school.

 

Estimadas Familias y Estudiantes,

 

El compromiso de la Escuela Secundaria del Condado del Norte de Monterey es de seguir proporcionar un clima escolar seguro y saludable.  En un esfuerzo por mantener nuestra escuela segura y sin drogas, tenemos la oportunidad de asociarnos con el Departamento del Sheriff del Condado de Monterey para traer un a Sheriff y Canino periódicamente.

 

Esperamos que su presencia ayude a disuadir  a los estudiantes de traer sustancias ilegales a la escuela que podrían amenazar la salud y la seguridad de los estudiantes en la escuela. El saber que hay un elemento de disuasión con visitas periódicas al plantel y en las clases ayuda a los estudiantes a tomar mejores decisiones y, de hecho, les da una razón fácil para decir "no" a las malas decisiones.

 

Durante la visita escolar, se visitará un conjunto de clases y áreas en el plantel. El equipo del Sheriff y Canino tendrá la oportunidad de trabajar el área seleccionada. Todos los estudiantes estan conscientes de las razones por las que el perro puede alertar sobre una pertenencia. Siel canino da alerta sobre una pertenencia, Administración y Seguridad del Plantel trabajarán con el estudiante desde ese momento. Notificara a los padres de todas estas incidencias es parte del proceso, incluso si no se encuentra nada.

 

El sheriff visitante y Canino no emiten una presencia agresiva, ni los estudiantes se sienten intimidados por ellos, los perros simplemente utilizan una alerta pasiva que es menos interferente que otras alternativas para la detección de drogas. Esto es beneficioso porque queremos proporcionar un ambiente seguro, acogedor y libre de drogas en el NMCHS. Por favor, no dude en llamar a la escuela si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud. Estamos aquí para proporcionar la mejor experiencia posible para sus estudiantes mientras que los mantenemos seguros, sanos y felices en la escuela.

 

Sincerely,

Caroline Calero

Principal, NMCHS

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