New Visitor Check-in System

Bristow Public Schools will implement our new visitor check-in system, School Safe ID, on August 12, 2019. As of August 12th, all visitors will be required to present a valid state-issued ID to receive a visitor’s pass.

School Safe ID will be managed through a kiosk in each school building's front office. Visitors must
scan their valid state-issued ID, and the system will compare the visitor’s name and date of birth
to the national database of registered sex offenders. No additional data from the license will be
entered into or recorded by the system. Once approved, the visitor will be issued a badge that
identifies his or her name and purpose for visiting the school. Should a visitor not have a valid
state-issued ID, he or she will not be permitted to enter the school without an escort. Visitors will
not need to use the system should they simply need to drop off something in the main office

While this new system may take a few more minutes of our visitors’ time to check in to the
school, we believe the safety of our students, faculty and staff is of utmost importance. Please
contact the building principal with questions or for additional information about School
Safe ID.