Emergency & Safety Information

  • The safety of our students and staff will always be of the utmost importance to us. Campus safety is a focus of our Board and Administration and we have made many efforts and upgrades to help secure entrances and vestibules along with adding security cameras and processes throughout our schools. Huntsville ISD is proud to have a wonderful partnership with the Huntsville Police Department and we appreciate the large law enforcement presence in Walker County.  Working together we will all continue to strive to provide protection for the District’s students, employees, and facilities.  The Huntsville ISD School Police Officers provide regular active shooter training for our staff as well as other safety related drills to help us all be as prepared as we can be to respond to safety concerns.  Huntsville ISD is diligent in providing a safe learning environment for all.

    Our greatest safety measure; however, is vigilance. We encourage all students, staff, parents and local citizens to report any suspicious activity, suspected dangers, or safety concerns to the appropriate authorities. All anonymous reports made to the school district may be submitted 24/7 to Huntsville ISD’s Incident Reporter via CrisisGo's Safe2Speakup Anonymous Online Alerts System.


    *Note:  Please call 911 for any emergency that requires immediate attention

HISD Incident Reporter System for Bullying & Other Safety Concerns

  • Incident Reporter General Information

  • Incident Reporter Online Form - Click Here to Submit Report

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Safety is Our Priority

  • Safety is Huntsville ISD’s top priority and that’s why we have refined how we communicate in times of crisis or emergency by moving to the Standard Response Protocol.

    Thousands of schools have already adopted the program, created by the “I Love u Guys Foundation.”. The goal is to use a standard language that everyone understands and follows.

    Of course, the key is to train and practice. Throughout the year, students and staff can expect safety drills to help ensure everyone is familiar with the Standard Response Protocol (SRP).

    Here’s a quick guide to the terminology and the actions associated with threats or hazards:


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  •  blue circle with 2 hands inside for lockout symbol


    “Lockout! Get inside. Lock outside doors.”
    Called when there is a threat or hazard outside of the school building. Whether it’s due to violence or criminal activity in the immediate neighborhood, or a dangerous animal in the playground, Lockout uses the security of the physical facility to act as protection.

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  •  red circle with white lock inside for lockdown


    “Lockdown! Locks, Lights, Out of Sight!”
    Called when there is a threat or hazard inside of the school building. From parental custody disputes to intruders to an active shooter, Lockdown uses classroom and school security actions to protect students and staff from threat.

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  •  green circle with 3 people connected inside for evacuation icon


    “Evacuate! To a location.”
    Called when there is a need to move students from one location to another.

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  •  orange circle with person standing under a roof for shelter icon


    Called when specific protective actions are needed based on a threat or hazard. Training should include response to severe weather threats and hazmat incidents.

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  •  purple circle with white door with line thru it for hold icon


    “Hold in your classroom”
    Called when a situation requires that students remain in their classrooms or in another area, in order to keep hallways clear and away from an incident or situation.

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Standard Response Protocol

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Visiting Your Campus

  • For the safety and security of Huntsville SD students and staff, all visitors must check in at the campus front office and sign in through Raptor, Huntsville ISD's visitor tracking system.  You will need to have your Drivers Licence or State ID for check in.

Website Notice - Refusal of Entry/Ejection from HISD Property

  • In accordance with Education Code 37.105, the District has the right to refuse entry to or eject a person from property under the District’s control if the person refuses to leave peaceably upon request and:

    1. The individual poses a substantial risk of harm to any person; or
    2. The individual continues to behave in a manner inappropriate for the school setting after having received a verbal or written warning to cease the inappropriate behavior.

    A person ejected from or refused entry to District property under this provision may appeal this action by filing an appeal under FNG(LOCAL) or GF(LOCAL) and shall be permitted to address the Board in person within 90 days of the commencement of the appeal if the grievance is not resolved at a previous level.