NCSD Visitor Management Check-In System- Important Update

Natrona County School District is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for students, staff, and school visitors. 
Our District Comprehensive Framework for School Safety aims to systematically review school safety measures thus ensuring that dedicated research, planning, training, communication, and implementation of these safety measures are consistent and a continued priority of the Natrona County School District. NCSD officials work with local law enforcement partners to address areas of collaboration that support the District Comprehensive Framework for School Safety. Programs and initiatives such as School Resource Officers, facility safety audits, Safe2Tell, and quarterly analysis help support our collective commitment to safe and healthy learning environments.
At the start of the 2022-2023 School Year, in alignment with Administrative Regulation 3475, Natrona County School District is updating its Visitor Management/Check-In Process.
Visitors to school or district campuses will be required to use a valid ID (Driver's License or Passport) when checking in, which will be run through a national offender database. On the rare occasion that a visitor does not have a valid ID, the check-in process will include working with the office staff and administration to obtain limited and temporary access to campus. Visitors without ID's can still access the campus but will be required to check in manually, working more closely with office staff and administration.
Please see the information below regarding some frequently asked questions:
NCSD Visitor Management Check-In Process flyer