Standard Response Protocol
Standard Response Protocol
Posted on 07/21/2018
Standard Response Method

One critical aspect of crisis response is accountable reunification of students with their parents or guardians in the event of a school crisis or emergency. The Standard Reunification Method provides school and district safety teams with proven methods for planning, practicing and achieving a successful reunification. Keep in mind though, this is an evolving process. While there is a smattering of science in these methods, there is certainly more art. More.


What is the SRP? Each week, Liberty Elementary School District will review the Standard Response Protocol we're adopting at all of our schools. This week, we take an overall look at the program. You also can find it online.

SRP K12 Student Parent Handout

Goodyear Police Officer McFadden at Estrella Mountain Elementary    Liberty ESD and Goodyear Police Department

Pictured Left: Goodyear Police Officer Michael McFadden introduces the "I Love You Guys" Standard Response Protocol to the community at Estrella Mountain Elementary School

Pictured Right: Representatives from the Liberty Elementary School District and Goodyear Police Department meet to discuss implementing the Standard Response Protocol. Liberty ESD has held meetings with Buckeye Police Department, as well.

From Left to Right: Jennifer Barber, Liberty ESD Public Information Consultant, Mrs. Lupita Goodman, Liberty ESD 
Administrative Assistant; 
Sgt. Eric Webster, Goodyear Police Department; Lisa Kutis, Goodyear Police Department Public Information Officer; Dr. Richard Rundhaug, Liberty ESD Interim Superintendent


SRP Drill in Progress Lockout Poster
MARCH 20, 2018

The Liberty Elementary School District is committed to student and staff safety.  In an effort to keep parents abreast of these efforts, you will be receiving notices of practice safety drills that occur throughout the district.  These practice safety drills are in partnership with local law enforcement and will continue throughout the district. 

Today the students at Estrella Mountain Elementary School and Freedom Elementary School participated in a practice lockdown safety drill.  Goodyear and Buckeye Police Department respectively were in attendance to assist and evaluate.  Both agencies had positive comments about the drills and shared areas to improve upon.     

Please feel free to contact your child(ren)’s school, should you have further questions about their safety practices.

March 13, 2018

Safety of our students and staff is our #1 priority at Liberty Elementary School District. We are implementing a Standard Response Protocol throughout the District and enhancing communications with Goodyear and Buckeye Police Departments. 


Today, District leaders - Interim Superintendent Dr. Richard Rundhaug and Administrative Assistant Mrs. Lupita Goodman met with the Goodyear Police Department to further develop safety standards within our schools. We have conducted meetings with the Buckeye Police Department, as well.


Moving forward, the Liberty Elementary School District website will be the central source of communication for the District and all 6 of our schools in times of emergency. Our goal is to prevent incidents. But, should one occur, you will find timely updates at http://liberty.k12.az.us. Please bookmark this page for future reference and add it to your home screen on your smart device.


Today, you can learn more about the Standard Response Protocol - SRP - through a program recommended by local law enforcement called “I Love You Guys.” Every Thursday, we’ll highlight informative SRP portions for students, staff, and families through our website and social media pages.

Teachers will 
receive ongoing training and each of our schools will hold mock drills using the SRP.


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We are committed to more transparency and will continue to build the important community partnerships to achieve our #1 goal of safety throughout our District.