Mansfield ISD sets safety meetings

September 10, 2022
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Mansfield ISD is hosting a series of meetings to share information with parents and the community about the district’s safety initiatives. The meetings are intended to answer questions about how the district is providing a secure environment for students and staff.

At the meetings, Mansfield ISD’s Safety & Security Department will cover the following topics:

Threat Assessment – What is it and why do we need it?

Emergency Management – The purpose of the Standard Response Protocol and why and how often students participate in drills

Bullying – How to report an issue if it arises

The informational meetings are a part of the district’s "This is Our House" effort to inform the Mansfield ISD community about safety and security and to make it easy to report issues.

Parent Informational Meetings will be held at middle school cafeterias from 6-7:30 p.m. on the following dates:

Sept. 26 - Brooks Wester Middle School Cafeteria, 520 N. Walnut Creek Drive

Oct. 10 - T.A. Howard Middle School Cafeteria, 7501 Calender Road, Arlington

Oct. 24 - Rogene Worley Middle School Cafeteria, 500 Pleasant Ridge Drive

Nov. 7 - Danny Jones Middle School Cafeteria, 4500 E. Broad St.

Jan. 23 - Charlene McKinzey Middle School Cafeteria, 700 S. Matlock Road

Feb. 6 - James Coble Middle School Cafeteria, 1200 Ballweg Road, Arlington

Feb. 13 - T.A. Howard Middle School Cafeteria, 7501 Calender Road, Arlington

Feb. 27 - Brooks Wester Middle School Cafeteria, 1520 N. Walnut Creek Drive

March 6 - Linda Jobe Middle School Cafeteria, 2491 Gertie Barrett Road

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