Safety & Wellness

Los Alamos Public Schools ask that families discuss safety issues.  Take the time to talk about the idea of “See Something, Say Something.” Students are the ones most likely to first become aware of a possible problem in their school. But knowing a problem doesn’t do any good unless you tell someone who’s in position to do something about it. Remember, reporting a concern is very different from gossiping or “snitching”. Reporting what you see may save a life, while just talking with your friends about what you’ve seen won’t help anything.

What you can do

  •  If you see someone in your school who isn’t usually there, or who is acting in a way that makes you uncomfortable, tell someone.
  • If you see someone being bullied, tell someone.
  • If you see or hear of “hate speech” or threats being posted online, tell someone.
  • If there are problems in the parking lot, tell someone.
  • If you hear that someone has brought, or plans to bring, a weapon to school, tell someone.
  • If you see or hear that a student is talking about harming others or him/herself, tell someone.
  •  If you see or hear anything that concerns you, tell someone.

TELL SOMEONE – Talk to a trusted adult about safety concerns

  • Parent
  • Teacher
  • Guidance Counselor or School Psychologist
  • Principal/ School Support Staff
  • Coach or Mentor
  • School Resource Officer
  • Or use the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

Families/students can email safety concerns to, this email is monitored Monday – Friday during school hours 8:00 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.

If this is an actual emergency please call 911 or you can use the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

Tips can be submitted to the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System via mobile app, website, or by calling 24/7 Crisis Center

New Mexico Public Education Department Anti-Racism Anti-Discrimination Hotline

To report an incident to the Anti-Racism Anti-Discrimination Hotline:


Do you know what do in case of an emergency at school? Click here to read the emergency procedures.  Know the signs. Know the drill. Know what to do.


The mission of the Youth Resiliency Committee is to promote well-being for youth and their families by bringing awareness to issues, highlighting activities, and promoting resources in and around our community.


LAPS is promoting Bus Safety.  Know the rules. A red flashing light with the extended stop arm means traffic is required to stop, even in both directions of a two-lane road. Stop for the School Bus. It’s the law.

Standard Response Protocols
Youth Resiliency Information
Bus Safety Information


LAPS uses the School Messenger system to notify parents about issues that impact the safety and academic performance of students.  Make sure your information is up-to-date so that you continue to receive these important notifications.


The weather is always changing in New Mexico. Make sure you are familiar with the district’s procedures for a delayed start, school cancellation or early dismissal in case of inclement weather.


The New Mexico Sex Offender Registry was created to provide information to the public concerning the location of sex offenders residing in the State of New Mexico. The information provided is intended for community safety purposes only and should not be used to threaten, intimidate, or harass.

Notification Systems
Inclement Weather Info
NM Sex Offender Registry