The North Bend School District is initiating a new visitor management system at each of it schools and the district office.
The safety and security of its students and staff is a top priority in the North Bend School District. As such, the district has enacted a number of procedures relating to visitors at District buildings during regular school hours.
Starting this spring, visitors to each of the four district schools and the district office will be required to provide a Driver's License or other state-issued identification, which will be scanned through the Raptor visitor management system. The system uses the identification to conduct a background check against the national sex offender database. No other data from the ID is gathered or recorded and the information is not shared with any outside agency. A visitor's badge is then printed, which includes the visitor's name and a small photo (based off of the state-issued ID provided at the time of check in). The badges are time and date stamped to ensure that visitors cannot re-use a previously-issued badge to gain re-entry into a district building.
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