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Safe Schools Hotline
To ensure the safety of all students, and to take a pro-active stance against any threatening behaviors, Grant County Schools have in place a 24-hour service that allows students, parents, and community members to report unsafe, at-risk situations without identifying themselves. 

Anyone can call the toll-free number at 1-800-418-6423 (Ext 359) at any time.  The service's monitor will fax the information to the school.  If a call appears life threatening, the monitor calls a designated school official immediately, night or day. 

The district contact person is Claudette Herald, DPP / Safety.  Back-ups are Superintendent Matt Morgan, and Deputy Superintendent, Jennifer Wright.
 
 
School Resource Officers
The Grant County School District is pleased to have the services of Deputy Rob Ervin and Deputy Robert Morgan as our School Resource Officers.  Deputies Ervin and Morgan are officers with the Grant County Sheriff's Department.

Deputy Ervin maintains an office at the Grant County High School and may be contacted there by calling 859-824-9739 or via his email at rob.ervin@grant.kyschools.us.
 
Deputy Morgan maintains an office at the Grant County Middle School and may be contacted there via e-mail (Robert.morgan@grant.kyschools.us)
or by calling 859-824-7161.
 
 If assistance is needed after hours the dispatch number (859-428-1212) is available 24-hours a day / seven days a week.  The Sheriff's Office number is 859-824-3333 (during office hours.)

Please feel free to contact Deputy Ervin or Deputy Morgan about any school safety issue.  Both are happy to assist!

In addition to the Safe Schools Hotline number described above, tips regarding school safety may also be emailed directly to Deputy Ervin or Deputy Morgan using the Sheriff Department's website:  http://www.grantcountysheriff.com/

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