Southern Local Resource Officer

Deputy Jeff Haugh

Deputy Jeff Haugh

Deputy Haugh and students
Deputy Haugh visits Mrs. Taylor's class.

Safety and Education

TIP LINE

Tip Hotline Information

Provided through the Department of Public Safety is a:

  • 24/7 hotline
  • Anonymous reporting
  • Text or Call feature
  • Trained analysts receive the texts/calls
  • Anyone can report: students/parents/teachers/administrators
  • All tips are reported to the Ohio Safety Center and Ohio Department of Education

The Safer Ohio Tip Lines allows anonymous sharing of information with school officials and law enforcement about threats to student safety. This includes:

  • Bullying and harassment incidents
  • Self-harm or suicidal sentiments
  • Unusual/apprehensive behavior of students or staff
  • Verbal or written threats observed toward students, faculty, or schools
  • Weapons/suspicious devices on or near school grounds
  • Drug and alcohol usage/possession on school premises
  • Alarming social media observations
  • Any other school safety related concerns

Call or Text 

844-SAFEROH 

(844-723-3764)

If you plan to visit the classrooms, don't forget your ID!

School ID Safety check in

School Safe ID

The School Safe ID system has been implemented in the  Jr. Sr. High School and the Elementary schools. The system requires a valid driver's license or state id to enter the building. If you are taking your child out of the school or bring them to school, you must sign your child in or out for any reason using this new system.

Any school events that takes place during the school hours such as PTO parties, award assemblies, blood drives ... to mention a few, you are required to sign in. 

Besides parents or families members, all visitors to the school will need to sign in and out using the School Safe ID system. Visitors include volunteers, substitute staff, student teachers, contractors, and coaches.

This system is ultimately for the safety of our students and staff. If you have any questions, please contact your child's school office. 

Additional information about School Safe ID, visit their website. (Frequently asked questions)

K9 Hunter and Deputy Damin Beadnell visit Southern Local

K9 Hunter and Deputy Damin Beadnell
K9 Hunter and Deputy Beadnell
K9 Hunter enjoys pets from the students

K9 Hunter visits Southern Local

K9 Hunter, a 4 year-old Belganmalinois visited the students and staff at Southern Local with his partner Deputy Damin Beadnell. Students learned that K9 Hunter responded to commands in two languages and why he knows two languages. They also learned what K9 Hunter was trained to do as a "sheriff dog". K9 Hunter demonstrated his talent to follow commands from Deputy Beadnell. After K9 Hunter's enjoyable visit, the students and K9 Hunter enjoyed a petting session.