• ALICE Overview

    The Lacey Township School District has adopted and began implementation of a new procedure that we, as well as experts across the country, believe will increase the chance of survival during an active shooter incident.   We started by training the staff and then holding several parent/community presentations, which can be found on our website. This new procedure will teach our staff and students the A.L.I.C.E. system.

    What does it mean? ALICE is an acronym for:

    Alert  ~ Get the word out! Armed Intruder in the building instead of the use of any codes. Use clear, concise language to convey the type and specific location of the event.

    Lockdown ~ Good starting point. We will continue to Lockdown students in secure areas.

    Inform ~ Continuation of the use of clear, concise language to convey the type and specific location of the event.  Communication keeps the shooter off balance and allows for good decision-making.

    Counter ~ Apply skills to distract, confuse, and gain control.

    Evacuate ~ Reduces the number of potential targets for the shooter, and reduces the chances of victims resulting from friendly fire when help arrives.

ALICE Student Training Video (for students in Grades 5-12)

  • ALICE Family and Community Module

    The ALICE Training Institute has created the Family and Community Module for our families and community members to get a better understanding of the ALICE Training Program. This module walks viewers through ALICE proactive strategies, how ALICE is taught and answers to frequently asked questions.
    To access the Family and Community Module, click on the link below and create an account with your email and password.  
    ALICE Family and Community Module