Message from the Director
MGPS believes that keeping school environment safe allows children to look forward for a better and a promising future and promotes social and creative learning. A safe learning environment is essential for students of all ages. Without it they are unable to focus on learning the skills needed for a successful education and future.
When their basic safety needs aren’t met, children are at risk for not feeling comfortable at school or they may remain on edge throughout the day. Promoting school safety creates an open space for kids to explore, learn and grow. Our core committee staff who is responsible to ensure the school safety are highly qualified and perfectly trained and well knitted with the school routines making it naturally easy to help develop and nurture your child in the best possible ways. Our team has the immense experience in caring for young children and work closely with them to provide more comfortable environment for the kids.
These are some key points that we follow in MGPS to ensure the safety and security :
- Limit entryways to school buildings. Clearly mark the main entry to the school and post signs on other entries redirecting visitors to the main entry.
- Monitor and supervise student common areas such as hallways, cafeterias, and playgrounds. Video surveillance in all the common areas are available to record anything.
- All round duty throughout the day by the school administration team, and by the security guards.
- Provide threat-assessment and risk-assessment procedures and teams for conducting them.
- Continuously updating the school emergency plans and preparedness procedures such as fire evacuations, and emergency communications protocols. The school admin team regularly review plans, hold simulation drills, and train staff in how to respond to students’ questions.
- Create a safe, supportive school climate that provides school-wide behavioral expectations, workshops, positive interventions and supports, psychological and counseling services to students and to parents to have a safe and secured being of the child.
- Keep unoccupied rooms and spaces locked when not in use.