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Comprehensive School Safety Plans (CSSPs)

Comprehensive School Safety Plans (CSSPs) are in place to foster a safe and secure learning and working environment for both students and staff,  to address potential campus hazards, and to prepare for emergencies. California law requires that all K-12 schools establish and uphold a CSSP.

California law also requires for designated stakeholders to annually engage in a systematic planning process for establishing CSSPs. In RCSD, per Board Policy 0450: Comprehensive Safety Plan, each school site council works with their school principal to annually review their school's CSSP. 

"The RCSD Board of Trustees recognizes that students and staff have the right to a safe and secure campus where they are free from physical and psychological harm." (Board Policy 0450: Comprehensive Safety Plan). 

To read your school's CSSP, click on the school year of interest below and scroll down to find your school. The schools are organized in alphabetical order.