All visitors, including parents/guardians and family members, are to report to the main office upon arrival. An identifying badge will be distributed to the visitor, and the visitor must keep the badge visible at all times while at Judge Memorial. In accordance with the Judge Memorial Catholic High School Emergency Action Plan, and to promote and maintain a safe environment in the event of an emergency:
- Students are to follow the procedures set forth in the Judge Memorial Emergency Action Plan as directed by the school administrator for safe schools.
- In an emergency, students will follow the directions given to them by any staff member. Failure to follow this direction will result in a serious infraction.
- In the event of an emergency evacuation students must report to their assigned evacuation area. Attendance will be taken and reported to the Dean's Office. No one is to leave the staging area until released by the principal or incident commander.
The principal, in consultation with the superintendent, will make the decision to cancel school (or hold a late start) for severe weather or other emergency situations. Announcements will be posted to Twitter (@JudgePride), the Judge Memorial website, and, if time permits, Facebook (Judge Memorial Alumni page) and via emails to parents. Additionally, the information will be distributed to these media outlets: Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, KSL, Fox News, ABC4, KUTV2 (be sure to check the media outlet’s posting date to verify the current date). As time permits, as available, the announcement will be distributed via the school emergency notifications system.
For the safety of children, employees, member of our schools and parishes, and visitors, weapons (concealed or visible) are not allowed to be carried onto the school, church, or other diocesan properties/buildings. An exception is a local, state, or federal officer.
Judge Memorial is an Animal-Free Facility