Health and Safety

At Blessed Sacrament School, the health and safety of our students is our top priority.  Each day, our parents entrust us with the care of their children.  This great responsibility means that all of us--teachers, administrators, staff, parents, and students--strive to create an environment where every student feels safe, valued, and well taken care of.

Our students practice fire drills and other emergency drills regularly, so as to be well prepared in the case of an unexpected emergency.  Procedures for school and building security are constantly reviewed and evaluated, with changes made when necessary to respond to emergent challenges. Faculty and staff members are all trained in EpiPen administration and are encouraged to be active responders in the event of an emergency. Together with the work of our full-time nurse, we are in a position to be able to respond promptly and with great care when concerns arise.

Specific school policies related to bullying prevention and the management of life threatening allergies and asthma have been developed, and are listed below. The protocols detailed in these policies are being adhered to by all members of our community.

To read about our bullying prevention and intervention policies, please click on the link below.

BSS Bullying Prevention and Intervention

For more information on our student health policies, including our allergy and asthma policies, please click on the link below. 

Nurse