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School Safety

Visitor's Policy

To ensure the safety of students and staff and avoid potential disruptions, the Board requires all visitors to register, in accordance with law, immediately upon entering any school building or grounds when school is in session with the principal or another school office employee. 

With this in mind, kindly check in at the front office upon your arrival at Aliso Niguel High School.

What to Expect in an Emergency

In the event of an emergency in or around Orange County, tune your radio to AM 1640 for the latest updates.  

The first priority for school staff during an emergency is to ensure the safety of students, other staff members and any guests who are on campus at the time. Emergency situations can cause disruptions to regular communication, schedules, and plans. We've provided information on what families can expect during an emergency situation and how to best support the safety of students and staff.  

A planned crisis response by a trained team of staff members can significantly reduce the disruption, confusion, and uncertainty that occurs during an emergency. Schools prepare students and staff for situations by conducting drills each year. Some may be as simple as the traditional fire and evacuation drill while others focus on lockdown situations and intruders on campus. The purpose is never to scare students, or parents, but to give them the skills and knowledge needed to remain safe during an emergency situation.