Trinity Home
Today's News
News Archive
Today's Mass
Bell Schedule
Academic Calendar
School Clinic
Lunch Menu

Trinity faculty and staff now ALICE certified

Published on April 24, 2018

Share this article on FacebookShare this article on TwitterEmail this article to a friend

As a demonstration of our commitment to the safety of all students and adults on campus, Trinity's faculty and staff were recently certified in ALICE Basic Training. ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform Counter and Evacuate) is the nation's leader in preparing everyone with pro-active, options-based strategies for a violent intruder event, while remaining age and ability-appropriate. ALICE Training uses a blended model of eLearning and hands-on training by ALICE Certified Instructors for long-term learning retention. Faculty and staff participated in six eLearning training modules: ALICE Introduction, Alert, Lockdown, Inform Counter and Evacuate.

For Trinity's level two ALICE participation and eventual institutional certification, Assistant Principal, Mr. Bill Svoboda, will be trained as an ALICE Certified Instructor to ensure greater implementation of the ALICE Training Program. In the near future, we will provide the hands-on training to our faculty and staff to build the skills and confidence needed for them to respond appropriately during a potential violent event.

We thank you for your support as we work to ensure the safety of all entrusted to the care of the Trinity Family.