Annual Security Report 2022
(Updated 9-26-2022)

Community members, students, faculty, staff and visitors are encouraged to promptly and accurately report all crimes and public safety-related incidents, including when the victim elects to, or is unable to, make such a report to building administrators or local police authorities. Any suspicious activity or person(s) seen in the parking lots loitering around vehicles, inside buildings or around residence halls should be reported to building administrators or local police. Crimes should be reported for the purpose of making timely warning reports to the community and for inclusion in the annual statistical disclosure.

We encourage anyone who has witnessed or has been a victim of a crime to immediately report the incident by dialing 911 or for a non-emergency, 314-231-1212.


Emergency Contacts

Emergency                                                                            911

St. Louis Metro Police Department (non-emergency)     314-231-1212


Other School Resources

Director of Adult Education                                                314-989-7501

Student Services Coordinator                                            314-989-7585

Student Services Counselor                                               314-746-0875

Admissions Office                                                                314-989-7456

Financial Aid Office                                                              314-989-7583


Special School District Title IX Coordinator

For Students: Susan Henry (           314-989-8143

For Staff: Phillip Boyd (                     314-989-8269

Student Alcohol and Drug Abuse Policy (From SSD Policy JFCH)

Applied Tech and the Special School District are concerned with the health, welfare and safety of its students. School Board Policy JFCH specifically states that the use, sale, transfer, distribution, possession or being under the influence of unauthorized prescription drugs, alcoholic beverages, narcotic substances, unauthorized inhalants, illegal drugs, counterfeit, and controlled substances or imitation controlled substances on any District property, in any District-owned vehicle or in any other District approved vehicle used to transport students to and school or school activities is prohibited. This prohibition applies to any District-sponsored or District-approved activity, event or function, such as a field trip, athletic event, or other activity in the community where students are under the jurisdiction of the school District. The use, sale, transfer or possession of drug-related paraphernalia is also prohibited.

For the purpose of this policy, a controlled substance includes any controlled substance, counterfeit substance or imitation controlled substance as defined in the Narcotic Drug Act, Section §195.010, RSMo., and in schedules I, II, III, IV and V in section 202(c) of the Controlled Substances Act, 21 U.S.C. § 812 (c).

Students may only be in possession of medication as detailed in Board policy JHCD. Searches of persons suspected to be of policy will conducted in accordance with Board policy JFG.

Any student who is found to be in violation of this policy will be referred to law enforcement and will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including suspension, expulsion, or other discipline as provided in the District’s discipline policy JG. The school principal shall immediately report all incidents involving a controlled substance to the appropriate local law enforcement agency and the Superintendent. All controlled substances will be turned over to the local law enforcement.