Naugatuck School District Security Department
Edward Bozenski, Director
The Naugatuck School District Security Department strives to ensure a safe and secure environment. It is comprised of seven security guards. The Naugatuck High School day program employs five day school security guards, one Resource Officer assigned by the Naugatuck Police Department and one night school guard. One guard is also assigned to the City Hill Intermediate School day program.
The security department augments the administration to help keep a safe, law-abiding environment. When necessary, they conduct investigations and report school discipline issues and violations of law to the proper authorities. Surveillance cameras and intrusion alarms are utilized at all Naugatuck schools. Our mission is to provide the necessary elements to ensure the least disruption of the teaching and learning process. This applies to both students and staff members.
Code Ed is a notification system in the event of a school emergency or special informative situation. Code Ed utilizes the demographic information, such as contact phone numbers supplied at the time of student enrollment, of parents, guardians and emergency contact persons. Should an emergency or special informative situation happen at your childs school or in the district, an all call will be activated when deemed appropriate by the principal of your childs school or by the superintendent of schools. For example, this may be done in the event of a school lockdown or an early dismissal.
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