Safety and Security
Supervisor of District
Safety, Security, and Planning
P: (585) 265-6585
Webster Central School District takes proactive measures to ensure the safety and security of students, staff, and visitors. Our comprehensive safety program is designed to provide students, staff, and visitors with facilities that meet or exceed standards in fire safety, air quality, water quality, hazardous materials management, chemical safety, and building safety.
All of our schools have safety and security plans in place.
In any emergency, the district would follow direction from public safety officials.
Visitor's Pass RequirementsIn the interest of safety, a camera and intercom entry system are located in the lobby of each school building. Visitors must press the red call button to alert building staff of their presence. Office staff then speak via intercom with the visitor to determine the nature of the visit prior to allowing entry. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, most visitations formerly allowed, such as lunch with elementary students, will not be allowed this year. Parent meetings this year will be held via phone or video conference. Parents needing to drop off materials to students at school may do so by pushing the red call button in the vestibule, alerting the secretary to the drop off, and leaving the item on the table in the vestibule. Parents dropping children off, or picking children up at times other than arrival and dismissal will not enter school, but will use the red call button in a school’s vestibule to speak to a secretary. Per board of education policy visitors must provide photo identification, sign in, and wear a visitor’s pass. Until further notice, all visitors on Webster CSD property will be asked to pass a health screen and wear a face covering to be granted admittance.
Sex Offender Registry InformationWebster CSD receives notifications from law enforcement personnel when registered sex offenders move into the community. Level 3 notifications are emailed to Webster CSD families through Infinite Campus. The purpose of these notifications is not to alarm or panic the community, but rather to notify the community of a potential risk as well as to encourage parents to take this opportunity to review a general safety practices not only relative to this notification but also to all issues that may affect us or our community.
These notices are provided for general information and should not be construed as a prediction or warning of future crimes or conduct by the offenders.
There are local, state, and national resources for tracking sex offenders, including:
- Webster Police Department Sex Offender Registry at http://ci.webster.ny.us/95/Sex-Offender-Registry-Information
- New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Sex Offender Management at http://www.criminaljustice.ny.gov/nsor/
- U.S. Department of Justice National Sex Offender Public Registry at https://www.nsopw.gov
- NY-Alert at https://alert.ny.gov where you can register to receive emergency alerts from the state when Level 2 and Level 3 sex offenders move into the area.