Safety and Security

Roseburg Public Schools remains committed to the health, safety and security of our students, staff and community. The district relies on a variety of funding sources to make our schools safer, including state and federal grants, COVID relief funding and budgeting strategies to provide for annual facility operating costs and emergency improvements. Large-scale renovations and new buildings will eventually require support from the greater community via a capital improvement bond.  

Learn about some of our top initiatives for the 2023-2024 school year below. 

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School site security
and access

  • Installation of perimeter fencing at all schools.
  • Creation of single points of entry at secure front offices at each school.
  • Hiring of district safety officers.

Staff and family
safety protocols

  • All staff identified via badges/IDs.
  • All visitors check in to front office.
  • Installation of security software for visitor and volunteer screening and tracking. Read the Raptor privacy policy

Staff crisis response training and resources

  • Staff training on "I Love U Guys" crisis response. 
  • Classroom emergency resources.
  • QPR Institute training.

New supports
for students 

  • Education Center Classroom to address mental health, behavioral or other needs of expelled students.
  • Additional support staff to work with students experiencing mental health, behavioral or other needs at their home school. 

Seismic rehabilitation funded via state grants

  • Since the mid-2000s, Roseburg School District has applied for and received over $17 million in grant funding to update buildings throughout our schools so that they meet life safety and/or immediate occupancy standards in the event of an earthquake.

Roseburg High School
Old Main transition

  • Relocating classrooms out of the Old Main into other spaces of campus as well as into temporary modular buildings.
  • Rebuild of facility would cost an estimated $31.5 million and would require a community investment.


  • Partnering with local law enforcement and health care community to prevent and prepare for emergencies.
  • Partnering with students, staff, families and community members to determine top priorities for school safety. 


  • An estimated $45.4 million in large-scale facility renovations and repairs to all existing schools will be needed to bring schools up to current health, safety, security and building code standards. These updates include:
    • HVAC additions and repairs for air ventilation/filtering, temperature control
    • Roofing
    • Plumbing and electrical
    • Asbestos removal
    • Fire alarm system to code.
  • In Oregon, public school districts are expected to seek community support for new buildings and major renovations via capital improvement bonds, as State School Funding is intended for providing instruction and daily operations.