The safety of our students is our greatest priority. To make our schools even more secure places to learn, Enid Public Schools has implemented a new visitor management system, located at the front desk of all school offices.
Ident-A-Kid is a simple to use software system that allows schools to quickly account for who is entering and exiting buildings using an ID sign-in process.
Visitors scan their state-issued driver’s license or ID for a security screening that reveals whether or not the individual is listed on the National Sexual Offender Registry. If the screening finds a confirmed match, the individual will not be permitted to enter the school.
The visitor management system is currently in place at all EPS sites. Beginning September 4, campuses will require parents and visitors to present a valid state-issued ID in order to enter the school. Those without an ID will be allowed to manually enter their information but must present an alternative document that includes his/her legal name.
Entrance to the school past the office without a state-issued ID will be at the discretion of the school principal. Those without an ID can learn how to apply for one by visiting www.enidpublicschools.org/noDL.
We hope to make this transition as smooth as possible for parents and visitors. We believe our schools can be welcoming without compromising student safety, which must be our first priority. We appreciate your cooperation during the implementation of this new program.
If you have any questions, please contact your child’s school office at your convenience. We appreciate your support of Enid Public Schools.
Dr. Darrell Floyd