Bellflower Unified School District (BUSD) holds the safety of our students in staff in the highest regard. As such, we work collaboratively to establish procedures and guidelines to support those efforts. These efforts include maintaining closed campuses, monitoring visitors to our sites, establishing guidelines for student behavior, working collaboratively with all stakeholders to maintain open communication, developing school safety plans, and practicing emergency procedures. Safety Plans are developed and reviewed annually. All plans are developed through collaboration with school stakeholders and reviewed by law enforcement. As a team we can work together to keep our students and staff safe while at school. If you have questions about your student’s individual school safety plan please contact the school site for more information.
STUDENT BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS
Bellflower Unified School District (BUSD) believes all students have the right to a positive learning environment and safe campus. All students are expected to adhere to school rules and not violate Education Code 48900. As such, each school within BUSD has developed a system of behavioral expectations for all students. Students are expected to meet expectations, when students struggle to do so, each school employs a system of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS). PBIS strategies range from counseling, detention, parent teacher conferences, restorative practices to suspension. Each school has an individualized system of supports, please contact your school for more information on your school’s specific expectations and plan.