• School Visitation Policy


    Parental Responsibilities when Visiting East Irondequoit Schools

    The East Irondequoit School District utilizes the Raptor Visitor Management System to screen all visitors entering our buildings.  We do this in an effort to provide a safe and secure place for our students and staff to work and learn.  All visitors, parents, volunteers and vendors will be required to provide us with a drivers license or other government ID, that displays their picture, when entering one of our buildings.  Your drivers license/government ID will then be scanned into the Raptor System and screened against the sex offenders register in every state, against the schools data base for custodial issues and other customized alerts.  The process takes only a minute or two.

    Upon a successful scan a visitors pass will be automatically printed and handed to the visitor for display on the outer most garment.  In the unlikely event of a positive match as a sex offender or for a custodial issue the system automatically notifies the building principal and district security.

    Parents and visitors who do not provide the appropriate ID will not be allowed to pick up a child or travel beyond the main office.


    When visiting your child's School, all visitors have the following responsibilities:

    1.All visitors will respect that our school is a place of learning and that learning and our children are our priority.

    2. All visitors will register in the office and obtain a proper visitor pass.

    3. All visits to a classroom will be prearranged by the visitor with the classroom teacher and the building principal.

    4. When visiting a classroom, the visitor will be respectful and not interrupt or interfere with the instruction that is happening in a building.

    5. If a visitor wants to meet with an individual within the building, the visitor will make an appointment to meet with the individual during a time that does not interfere with instruction or with the individual's other activities.

    6. Audio and video recording on the school property is prohibited without permission of the classroom teacher and building principal.

    7. All visitors will use appropriate and acceptable language and respectful behavior towards teachers, administrators, staff, students and other school visitors.