We work together with parents so kids can grow up safe.
A senior in high school has different worries than what a kindergartener experiences. But whatever is concerning them, we take those concerns seriously. We are dedicated to protecting the wellbeing of every girl and boy in our schools.
Bullying Prevention — Your child should feel welcomed when they go to school. Learn about how we are fighting bullying, and how you can help.
To & From School Safety — Read through these tips and share them with your child.
Child Safety ID Cards — Find out about this program that is administered through our schools. It is helpful, and free!
Internet Safety Tips — Adults face a lot of challenges keeping young people safe online. We hope these tips will help you.
Student Safety Tips — Read through these with your child: you might be surprised how a few small things can make a big difference.
School Safety Director
Robert F. Pezzella M.S.
20 Irving Street
Worcester, MA 01609
Under the direction of the Superintendent the School Safety Director is responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing student and staff school safety programs. Also, through a collaborative effort with school administrators, local community groups and law enforcement agencies, the School Safety Liaison office is striving to continue to make each school a safe learning and teaching environment.
The following law enforcement and juvenile justice agencies work in partnership with the School Safety Liaison Office to keep our schools a safe teaching and learning environment.
For more information on each agency's role, please contact:
District Attorney's Office, City of Worcester
Worcester County Juvenile Court
Police Complaint Line, City of Worcester
Police Department, City of Worcester
Emergency Management Department, City of Worcester
Police Gang Unit, City of Worcester
Department of Youth Services, City of Worcester
Worcester Central District Court Probation
Fire Department, Fire Prevention Division, City of Worcester
Department of Health and Human Service, City of Worcester
Department of Children and Families (DCF)
- A Collaborative-Proactive Approach to Providing a Safe Teaching and Learning Environment - Presentation (6/22/21)
- A Message about Teen Vaping (7/1/19)
- Anti-Bullying Bill passed in 2010
- Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center (MARC) Recommendation for Parents on Cell Phones
- Ordinance Regulating the Possession of Knives and Similar Weapons in the City of Worcester
Pledge To Respect Card
- Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure
- School Safety Initiatives
- Stand for the Silent Pledge Card