SRO Report From Officer Olesky-Early Winter

SRO Report From Officer Olesky-Early Winter

SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER REPORT

                      

Congratulations for making it through the first quarter.  Once classes resume after the short Fall Break, please be observant of School Security Officers as they direct vehicle traffic each morning and afternoon.  Also, please slow down and don’t text & drive.  The same goes for slowing or stopped traffic.  Please be kind to one another while dropping off children, and DON’T BLOCK DRIVEWAYS or drop off in a BIKE LANE.  These areas are posted: NO STOPPING, STANDING, OR PARKING.  Be observant of other traffic and pedestrians.  We need to set good examples for our children.

*****For students who park on campus, keep your car doors locked, windows closed and valuables out of sight.  Thieves may be on the prowl on campus, during the day as well as at night time events, looking for an easy snatch & grab. We take reports regarding theft from vehicles around this time, don’t be a statistic.*****

Parents:

            Let your children know, a trend that School Resource Officers are seeing, is in regard to drug overdoses.  We have seen several this year so far; Pills that are being sold or traded claiming to be depressants have contained Fentanyl.  If you are not familiar with this drug, please get informed. This can drug can kill.

 Additionally, numerous reports of harassment and subsequent fights have occurred both on and off campus.  RRHS Administrators will not tolerate this behavior in or out of school.  If your child is being bullied at school, on the bus or elsewhere in public, make sure they report it.  Bullying is not a crime in and of itself, but harassment, or using any computer or telephone / electronic device to terrify, intimidate, threaten, harass, annoy or offend… is, and we will not hesitate to charge for it (this includes text messaging, and postings on Facebook, SnapChat, Instagram, Twitter, etc.).

No one needs to be a victim of bullying and we take this serious.  There are many forms of it: Cyber (cell phone, internet), Physical, Verbal (spreading rumors, teasing) and Social (leaving someone out, gossip).

TO END IT, WE NEED THEM TO REPORT IT!  OUR OFFICE IS IN THE MAIN ADMIN BUILDING.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Officer Ray O’Lesky (505) 962-5329 raymond.olesky@rrps.net   and

Officer Chris Beck (505) 938-0349 chris.beck@rrps.net

AND for incidents OFF CAMPUS, please call 911 for emergencies, or the POLICE Non- Emergency #:  (505) 891-7226