BrookwoodCrisisGo is a [comprehensive emergency planning and communications platform] that puts emergency response plans on mobile devices and desktops for immediate use when they are most needed.

With CrisisGo, administrators and staff in our district have quick access to emergency response procedures and can quickly report emergencies, call for help and stay connected during a crisis.

With CrisisGo, school district administrators and teachers have access to their emergency response plans right on their mobile devices, along with a communication system that helps them get through crisis situations.

CrisisGo gives our district the tools needed to ensure the safety of their students and staff when the unthinkable happens. With the touch of a finger, teachers and staff can access evacuation maps, student rosters, emergency contacts, a personal siren, and action checklists specifically for that person’s role.

If you would like more information about CrisisGo or how our district is prepared, please contact Ms. Jill Larson, District Crisis Coordinator at



Instantly send an audible Alert to every classroom computer/mobile device at the district or school level. Set different audible tones to match specific types of emergencies. Auto-escalation capabilities allow for law enforcement to be included for specific Alerts.



Stay connected in real-time by sending and receiving information through safety messaging groups before, during, and after an incident. Our two-way, multimedia messaging allows your people to send images, audio, videos, and other files to communicate more clearly.



Keep the members of your organization informed by sending content-specific safety content cards to their mobile device/computer. You can share social/emotional safety content materials from trusted educational organizations like ASCA, NASP, and the NSPRA.

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Being able to automatically escalate an emergency alert to law enforcement is critical for cutting down the time it takes for officers to arrive on scene. Instead of waiting on dispatch to receive the information and relay it, officers can immediately learn about the emergency and head to the scene to offer assistance.

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Parent Update - Return To In-Person Learning Begins February 23, 2021

Dear Parents/Guardians/Families:

The purpose of this message is to share with you the learning options that Brookwood School District 167 is offering for the remainder of the year. Beginning February 23, 2021 parents will have the option to send their child(ren) back to school for in-person learning for full-time instruction. However, parents may choose to continue the remote learning model for the remainder of the school year.

Option #1: In-Person Learning: This option provides students with full-time learning at their school. In order to provide in-person learning, Brookwood School District 167 is committed to implementing all required safety and cleaning protocols outlined by IDPH/CDC. If schools should be required to shift back to Remote Learning (due to current health metrics/increased positivity rates), students can expect to return to the remote structure they have been receiving since the start of the school year. In the event this learning option is not meeting your child’s needs, you may revert back to the Remote Learning Model by notifying your child’s Principal.

Option #2: Remote Learning: With this option, parents are choosing to have learning delivered 100% on-line/remotely. Students who are enrolled in this option should expect to engage with their teachers during normal school hours on a daily basis and receive live (synchronous) instruction for 2.5 hours per day. This matches the current format. All students who are enrolled in Option #2 will experience all subject areas and the current online tools and resources will remain in place. By selecting this option, you will not be able to change your selection and your child will remain in remote learning for the remainder of the school year.

*Please Note: For both options, devices will be provided to all Brookwood School District 167 students. Also with both options, students can rely on Brookwood School District 167 for food service, social-emotional wellness, and special education services. Furthermore, both options emphasize safety, educational quality, and parental choice. Please take time to complete the enrollment form so we understand the option that best meets your child needs. We will register your child, for the remainder of the school year, in the specified learning option you select.


Bethany A. Lindsay, Superintendent