Geneva School District encourages visits by School Board members, parents/guardians, citizens, and taxpayers to all School District buildings. Upon arrival, all visitors must report to the school building’s main office.
When entering any Geneva school, all visitors are required to present a valid driver’s license or other state-issued identification. The identification presented will be held in the main office and will be returned when the visitor leaves the building. The building secretary will enter the identification into the Raptor V-Soft Visitor Management System, which will cross-reference the visitor’s information with a database of sex offenders throughout the United States maintained by Raptor Technologies and any court orders provided to the District to protect students.
Individuals cleared by the V-Soft System will be issued a visitor badge and lanyard that must be visibly worn while in the school and returned to the school office upon leaving. If a potential threat is identified, the V-Soft System will instantly alert designated officials, such as administrators and law enforcement. In these cases, visitors will be denied access to the building.
Please be assured that this procedure is not meant to restrict access to our schools for our parents and community. Rather, they are proactive measures aimed at safeguarding our students and staff.
Thank you for your cooperation and your commitment to the safety of our students and staff.