Safety

We take student safety seriously in the Gilford School District. To that end, the Emergency Preparedness Committee comprised of school personnel, police, and fire officials in conjunction with the New Hampshire Emergency Management Office has developed an Emergency Operations Plan. This plan provides an organized, systematic, and flexible approach to dealing with emergencies while providing optimum support for students, teachers and staff with minimal disruption of the education process. The plan outlines methods the Gilford School District will use to mitigate, prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from incidents.

In the event of an emergency at school, parents are advised to listen to the radio or log onto to the District website for details. (www.sau73.org) Please avoid calling the school as this will tie up emergency telephone lines. You will receive information from the sources above or via our emergency calling system on the place and time you can reunite with your child. Do not, unless instructed, drive to the school as this may inhibit emergency responders.

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS COMMITTEE (EPC)

Sean Walsh, Assistant Principal
Tim Goggin, Assistant Principal
Laurie Belanger, Student Assistance Counselor
School Resource Officer
Anthony Sperazzo, High School Principal
Peter Sawyer, Middle School Principal
Kirk Beitler, Superintendent of Schools
Brenda McGee, Director of Technology
Ken Mulleavey, Director of Building and Grounds
School Nurse
Danielle Bolduc, Elementary School Principal
Eric Bredbury, Corporal Prosecutor Gilford Police Department
Brad Ober, Deputy Chief Gilford Fire Department
Mike Balcom, Captain Gilford Fire Department
Rick Andrews, Captain Gilford Fire Department

Frequently Asked Questions about Safety Information


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