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Safety & Wellness

Student and Staff Safety and Wellness are
Top Priorities in the Kettering City Schools

The Kettering City Schools and the Kettering Police Department work actively together to ensure our schools remain a safe place for our staff members to work and students to learn and grow.


Through the district's notification system, The Education Connection (TEC), anyone can access a Safety Tip Line...when you witness verbal, written, physical, or social media safety concerns, PLEASE SPEAK UP! 

You can report anonymously any safety issue by calling TEC at (937) 643-4444choosing Option 7 and selecting the respective school.

You can also do the same by going online to  The prompts will ask for the date, time, location, and names of those involved. The information will be forwarded to the proper authority.  All reports can be made anonymously and are taken seriously and will be investigated thoroughly by school administration and the Kettering Police Department, if warranted.

Please take a moment now to write down, file, or store the Tip Line Contact Information so that it is handy when a safety concern arises.


School Nurses help students be healthy, safe and ready to learn

View KCS School Nurse Website



View the KCS MTSS Website

Carrie Hennessy, Ed.D.

Carrie Hennessy, Ed.D.,
District MTSS Coordinator

Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) is a framework that helps educators provide academic and behavioral strategies for students with various needs. MTSS grew out of the integration of two other intervention-based frameworks: Response to Intervention (RtI) and PBIS.






Family Resources Guidebook






School Resource Officers

Officer Kayla Gudgell
SRO -- KCS Elementary Schools

Officer Ed Simoni
SRO -- Kettering Middle School
KPD Fishing Club

Officer Kent Tischler
SRO -- Van Buren Middle School

Officer Lester Spinks
SRO -- Kettering Fairmont High School

Officer Eric Rustad
SRO -- Kettering Parochial Schools and Dayton STEM School