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Provost Elementary School

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We’re always seeking to improve student and school safety.  One of those changes to take place is securing the vestibules to better filter out potential threats and track visitors on our school grounds.  This phase of the security system is set to happen on October 1st.

Please be understanding and kind to our front desk staff as they begin to implement these changes.

What does this mean for me?

When entering the school grounds, prepare to stop in our secured vestibule before stopping by the front desk. Here’s what entering the school will look like:

Press the buzzer to alert our front desk personnel. Front desk staff will then find you on their direct camera footage of the vestibule.

The front desk staff will ask for your name and reason for visiting through the two-way speaker. After review/verification, the front desk will buzz you in. Head to the front desk for a visitor’s pass, and then you’re on your way.

We’ll send you a follow-up email a week before we secure our school’s vestibule, but we hope this helps you prepare for the slight transition, and we thank you for helping us keep your students as safe as we can.

Sincerely, Mrs. Alvarez, Principal


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