Black Diamond / Turner Valley

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Blackie

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Cayley

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Heritage Heights

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High River

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Longview

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Millarville

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Okotoks

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Red Deer Lake

#50 Teresa Deacon
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#55 Melinda Proctor
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UPDATE: Dec 4 - Oilfields Emergency Response

UPDATE: Tuesday December 5, 2017 - 11:50am

We understand and respect that events yesterday have caused some concern and questions.  We want to assure you that our students are safe and supported as they return to school today.  In instances such as this our first priority is the safety of students.

On December 4, RCMP and the school Principal received information that a student brought a firearm to Oilfields High School.  In accordance with our protocol, the decision was made to lockdown the school until RCMP could respond and investigate.  Within a short period of time RCMP identified and interviewed the involved students and determined that there was no plan and no intent to carry out an act of violence. 

The potential threat was a total fabrication and absolutely not true.  There was no student at the school who had a firearm.  Students and staff within the school were not in danger.

We will be utilizing both school system disciplinary recourses and the legal system through the RCMP to follow up with those involved.  Please be aware that while we have no jurisdiction over the criminal proceedings we are working closely with the RCMP and we are planning to pursue consequences at the school level.  Legislation prevents us from releasing specific details but be assured that actions within our mandate will be taken against those involved. 

We appreciate the level of trust that is required in sending your children to our care and we want you to know that as educators and parents ourselves, we take that responsibility very seriously.  We would like to thank the community for their trust as we worked together with law enforcement to ensure our schools are safe, caring, and welcoming spaces.

Superintendent John Bailey says, “High stress situations such as this can often lead to rumours and speculation.   We have not and will not engage in activities that are speculative in nature, or promote rumours.  I’d like to personally thank the families for their trust.  Foothills School Division will continue to communicate meaningful information with parents whenever we can without hindering ongoing police operations or compromising legislation.”

Lastly, we thank our RCMP Officers for their prompt response and investigation.  Their actions allowed us to bring closure to this incident in a timely manner. Only by working as a school community in partnership with students, parents and law enforcement can we create and maintain the level of safety that we want for our children.

 

 

At approximately 2:20pm on Monday December 4, 2017, Foothills School Division (FSD) was informed by the RCMP of a potential threat at Oilfields High School.

Based on our communication with local law enforcement, FSD decided to place Oilfields High School in a Lock Down and the neighbouring C. Ian McLaren School into a Hold and Secure.

The issue was safely resolved without incident in a short time frame.  At no time did we feel that the safety of your child was in jeopardy and our staff did a phenomenal job in securing their classrooms and learning spaces.

We understand situations such as this are concerning to parents, students, and the greater community. We want you to be aware that the administration of Foothills School Division has exercised extreme diligence and an abundance of caution in ensuring the safety and well-being of our students and staff.

Should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact your school principal.