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La Costa Canyon High School

A Proud Member of the San Dieguito Union High School District
Class of 2024 Info
Class of 2024 Info

School Safety

School Safety at La Costa Canyon High School

School Safety at La Costa Canyon High School

Keeping our school safe
LCC Safety Team and Comprehensive Safety Plan
Assistant Principal Brenda Robinette is the School Safety Coordinator for La Costa Canyon High School.  The school’s Safety Team meets quarterly to review ongoing safety concerns and to maintain the Comprehensive School Safety Plan. The Comprehensive School Safety Plan is updated and approved by the School Site Council each school year and shared with all staff so that all are prepared in the case of crisis or disaster. The LCC Safety Team also works to implement fire, lockdown, and earthquake safety drills at least twice each school year. Brenda can be reached at x6029 or
SDUHSD Safety Committee
The San Dieguito Union High School District maintains a district-level safety team to address and coordinate issues of concern to the entire District.  Comprised of representatives from each campus and members of the District’s leadership team, the group is managed by SDUHSD Business Services.  They can be reached at 760-753-6491, Ext. 5541.
School Safety Is Everyone’s Concern: How You Can Help
Contact LCCHS Administration
If you are aware of a safety concern, please contact LCCHS Administration.  You can report any concerns to Assistant Principal, Brenda Robinette, by calling her assistant at 760-436-6136, Ext. 6003, or by email at
WeTip: Anonymous Reporting of Safety Concerns (with Possible Reward)
Students or families with concerns about the school environment can report them anonymously by contacting WeTip.  Anyone can report incidents of bullying, drugs, weapons, theft, or other crimes by calling 800-78-CRIME (27463), or by filing an online report.  Tips may earn up to a $1000 reward.
This local San Diego County resource is another resource for students to report concerns.  Successful tips can earn up to a $1000 reward. Contact Students Speaking Outonline or at 888-580-8477.
This San Diego County organization accepts anonymous tips about past or potential crimes at school or in the community.  Phone 888-580-8477 or contact online.
For a list of SDUHSD School Safety Resources click HERE
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