The safety and security of our students and staff are always the highest priority at Riverview School District. Subsequently, we continuously review our policies and procedures to ensure that recent research and best practices support our safety protocols. As we see a need to modify our practices, we do so after careful research, consultation with our law enforcement partners and consideration of what is best for students.
Since 2000, ALICE Training® is a widely adopted, effective method of active shooter response training. ALICE Training® is now a part of Navigate360’s suite of safety programs for schools, workplaces and other communities. Navigate360 offers comprehensive solutions for active shooter preparedness and other safety and emergency measures. Together, these solutions usher in a new era where people replace fear and hopelessness with preparation and readiness in the face of violence.
To learn more about ALICE Training® in Riverview School District, and the age-appropriate levels of training, drills, and preparedness, please click below:
Suicide Prevention Education and Support
Youth suicide is a tragic loss which impacts the entire community. To help ensure all of our children stay safe and healthy, this important topic continues to be a focus of support and education in our schools. Our schools have engaged students in a variety of prevention activities in recent years, in partnership with experts from Washington's Youth Suicide Prevention Program (YSPP), the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network (SVCN), and the Student Assistance Program (SAP) operated through Prevention Center at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).
Crisis Lines and Suicide Prevention Resources:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (Staffed 24/7, for people struggling with suicidal thoughts)
Crisis Text Line: Text 741741
24-hour Crisis Line: 1-866-427-4747 (24-hour King County Crisis Connections resource)
Teenlink: Call or text 1-866-TEENLINK (833-6546) (Evenings 6-9:30 pm, a help line for teens, by teens)
911: Call or text, if the person you are concerned about is in immediate danger of killing themselves and/or refuses to stay safe with you.
RAINN: Assists victims of sexual assault, through a hotline (1-800-656-HOPE) or via a live, anonymous, and confidential online chat with a trained support specialist.
The Trevor Project: Assists LGBTQ youth, dealing with crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of support in a caring environment. Call 1-866-488-7386. There is also a confidential online chat, confidential text message system, or access to a private, secure, and monitored TrevorSpace social networking site.
The following list includes work taking place in our schools, and community:
WEB - Where Everyone Belongs
Link Leaders at Cedarcrest High School
CEE (Center for Educational Effectiveness) Educational Effectiveness Survey
Healthy Youth Survey
Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS)
Social Emotional Learning Curriculum
Riverview Youth Council, in partnership with Snoqualmie Valley Community Network
How To Help A Friend (Peer Mentoring)
Riverview PTSA Community Resource Fair
Emergency Reponses Protocols and Teams District-Wide
Monitoring and Communicating through Social Media
Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources
Click here to see a number of resources available to students and families, provided from our Riverview School District Nursing Team.
Comprehensive Student Safety Plan
The Board of Directors of the Riverview School District have made a commitment to maintain an environment that improves student safety. They have not only incorporated into the district's Strategic Plan but also have adopted no less than fifty separate Board Policies that reinforce that commitment.
Riverview School District's Comprehensive Student Safety Plan is a commitment to maintain an environment that improves student safety.
Internet Safety Information and Links
Internet Safety information for parents, staff and students (from OSPI)
Social Networking, Digital Safety & Cyberbullying - A Tip Sheet for Parents (from OSPI)
Cyberbullying Information (from Common Sense Media)
Digital Citizen Curriculum (from Common Sense Media)
Riverview School District's Policy and Procedures Regarding Internet Usage
It takes a community to keep our kids safe and healthy!