Olmsted Falls City Schools hosted a School Safety Forum this past Wednesday night at Olmsted Falls High School. Approximately 125 people were in attendance in the auditorium as OFCS Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd led the meeting, which featured an overview of key safety and security components in place throughout the district. Dr. Lloyd was joined by police and fire chiefs from both Olmsted Township and Olmsted Falls. The district’s School Resource Officer Joe English from the Olmsted Township Police Department was also in attendance, along with all building principals, members of the Olmsted Falls Board of Education and other elected officials.
A general question and answer period followed Dr. Lloyd’s presentation. Attendees also had the opportunity to ask building-specific questions at smaller break-out sessions which took place in the cafeteria.
OFCS extends our gratitude and thanks to our local safety forces for their participation in this event and for their ongoing partnership and support. We also thank all parents and community members who came out for this important event.
For those unable to make it in person, the event was also streamed live on the school district’s official Facebook page. The video of this event will remain available there and can be viewed at any time by visiting www.facebook.com/olmstedfallsschools.
Any parent, staff member or resident with a question or concern about school safety is encouraged to contact directly:
Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd 427-6000
OFHS Principal Mrs. Holly Schafer 427-6100
OFMS Principal Mr. Mark Kurz 427-6200
OFIS Principal Mr. Don Svec 427-6500
Falls-Lenox Principal Mrs. Lisa Barrett 427-6400
ECC Principal Mrs. Melinda Brunner 427-6360
Additionally, Olmsted Falls City Schools is part of the SaferOH Tip Line. SaferOH is an anonymous tip line service available 24 hours a day by calling or texting #844-SaferOH (844-723-3764). To learn more about the SaferOH Tip Line, please click HERE.
Thank you to all for your continued support of Olmsted Falls City Schools.