Meet Officer Hector Hernandez
The questions and answers attached above are designed to help students and parents understand generally our school district’s emergency procedures. Please read them carefully. Emergency preparedness is ongoing. The main goal of the Boerne ISD is to prevent crises from happening. Once they do occur, then the goal is to minimize the harm to those involved. The Boerne ISD works extensively with local and state agencies to prepare for emergencies. Additional information on emergency preparedness can be found at local, state and national websites.
Boerne ISD is committed to creating an environment where students and staff are able to focus on teaching and learning. We know our students can only perform their best academically when they are in an environment they feel secure. Please explore the resources on this page showing our district's commitment to the security of everyone who walks through our campus' doors. We do this using a variety of tools, such as the two located to the right of this message. The first is our See Something, Say Something anonymous reporting application that allows tips to be submitted anytime. The reporting tool is located at the top of every district and campus webpage. We also use a universal language during emergencies outlined in our Emergency Response Protocols. These five categories help communicate what is happening during an emergency so campus and district staff will all be on the same page.
Digital Safety Resources
Please use the below resources to better understand ways families can protect students while they use digital devices.
You can also report instances of troubling content online here: