May ISD takes the safety and security of our students, faculty, and staff very seriously. As part of our overall Multi-Hazard Emergency Operation Plan's effort to ensure a safe and secure learning and teaching environment, May ISD has implemented a Threat Assessment Program.
As part of the program, the May ISD Threat Assessment Team has been formed to assess and perform inquiries, as required by the Texas Education Agency, into threats of violence toward the District as a whole, as well as to any student, faculty, or staff of May ISD.
We encourage the community, as well as the May ISD school community, to assist in identifying behaviors such as bullying, cyber-bullying, physical assaults, stalking, verbal threats, and written and/or social media threats directed toward the District as a whole, as well as to any student, faculty, or staff of May ISD, by submitting a report of these concerns to the program. Other safety concerns of at-risk behavior, such as self-harm, substance abuse, vaping, etc., can also be identified and reported.
Reporting such at-risk behavior(s) can be done anonymously, but please keep in mind that the more specific and detailed a report is, the more effective it will be at assessing and helping everyone involved.
IMPORTANT: IF THERE IS AN IMMINENT, IMMEDIATE THREAT AND/OR RISK OF VIOLENCE, PLEASE CONTACT LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT IMMEDIATELY.