School Safety

Please know that if you or your child(ren) see or hear something suspicious to say something immediately to an administrator, or a teacher, or call the local police department. Randall School District is committed to ensuring a safe learning environment for our students, and we are fortunate enough to have a supportive community for our students, staff, and school community. Safety plans and practices are in place to prepare our school community for any potential crisis including:

  • District leadership meets with local law enforcement to practice and implement the most up-to-date procedures to protect our students and staff.

  • All external doors are locked during school hours and, in 2022-2023, Randall went to a single entrance for all students.

  • Visitors need permission and are provided an ID.

  • Background checks are required for volunteers and staff members to enter our schools and work with students. 

  • Safety plans are reviewed and approved annually by the Randall Consolidated School Board and shared with the Wisconsin Department of School Safety. 

With threats occurring more often in school districts, it is important that we take a moment to lean on our partnerships with parents/guardians and ask you to have a conversation with your children regarding the serious implications of making a threat on a school. Such behavior may leave a lasting impact on a child’s education and future. The impact on the entire family is profound. 

Rather than waiting, we are asking you to personally discuss this issue with your children now. Whether a student perceives making a threat as a joke or not a big deal, making a threat at a school could result in suspension, expulsion, and/or being charged as an adult with a felony. According to the State of WI statute 947.015: “Whoever intentionally conveys or causes to be conveyed any threat or false information, knowing such to be false, concerning an attempt or alleged attempt being made or to be made to destroy any property by the means of explosives is guilty of a Class 1 felony.”  Thank you for taking a moment to have this discussion with your children.

The Randall School District knows that schools are safer when students, staff, and families work together to reduce violence and address potential safety issues. Randall asks that you continue to monitor your child’s and others’ online and social media activity and report any school safety concerns to law enforcement and school officials immediately. Randall is grateful for your partnership as we work together to keep our children safe. 

Randall Consolidated School District prioritizes the safety of students, families, and staff. If the District or school receives information indicating a threat to safety, a formal Threat Assessment Protocol is activated. Additional information regarding the Threat Assessment Protocol can be found on the Department of Justice website.


If you see or hear something related to Randall or any other School - The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of School Safety supports the Speak Up, Speak Out Resource Center which is available 24/7 and is free to all.

Students, parents, staff, and community members can submit a school safety concern by downloading the app, visiting, or by calling 1-800-MY-SUSO-1. This resource is staffed around the clock to respond to reports and to deploy a response locally by communicating directly with school administrators, law enforcement, and counselors.