By Delilah Rose — Student Correspondent
Southern Door is kicking off the new school year with a new safety initiative. Its intent is to provide students with an upper hand on their welfare.
The high school held a safety seminar in the auditorium for students the first week of school. They hosted two guest speakers including Chris Neville, Door County Police Liaison, and Colleen Nordin, Door County District Attorney.
The High school Principal, Steve Bousely, along with Neville and Nordin touched base on behavior codes for respect of peers, in school behavior and being a substance, drug, and weapon free school. After covering the main goals of what SD strives for, they all came forward with the importance of how to address each situation.
If a student has seen one of the behavior codes broken, they are to contact a teacher immediately and report the situation. Failure to report was pointed out as a broken code itself.
If you hear it, see it, or suspect it— Report it!
Southern Door is working hard to provide their students with a positive and protected school environment.