Model Campus Safe Zones Resolution Language (K–12)

Model Campus Safe Zones Resolution Language (K–12)

DECEMBER 2016 | Download PDF | Download Word file
Or see model language for colleges & universities

The Model Campus Safe Zones Resolution language available to download from this page (see links, above) was developed for K-12 school districts that are contemplating adopting protections for their immigrant students.  We recommend that any resolution contain language to address these critical issues:

  • Limiting the sharing of student and family information with federal immigration authorities
  • Restricting immigration agents’ access to campuses
  • Prohibiting campus security from collaborating with federal immigration authorities
  • Providing resources and information for immigrant students and their families

The model resolution provides sample language for these issues.  We encourage you to use this language as a template and to adopt as many pieces to fit the needs of your school district. We also encourage you to add additional points beyond what is in this resolution and to share your creative and innovative ideas with us.

For further information about this model resolution you can contact us:

ACLU of California – Sylvia Torres-Guillen
Advancement Project – Eileen Ma
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-California (AAAJ-CA) – Andrew Medina
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles (AAAJ-LA) – Betty Hung, Yanin Senachai
National Immigration Law Center (NILC) – Tanya Broder, Shiu-Ming Cheer, Jessica Hanson
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN) – Priya Murthy