Security

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Temple Sinai takes seriously the safety and security of all those who are on our campus.  This is a coordinated effort between you, our staff, our contracted guards from Bryant Security, and the security that BridgePrep Academy provides. Our goal is to help make drop off and pick up as easy as possible, while keeping our students, faculty, and staff as safe as possible. Please follow printed and verbal instructions, be patient when entering the property, and allow the security guard to do his/her job. As has been said in the past, if you see something, say something. We welcome your feedback.

What to Expect When Entering Temple Sinai Property

  • During drop-off and pick-up, a Bryant Security guard will be stationed at the Early Childhood gate. The guard will check each vehicle entering the property for either a Temple Sinai sticker or a Gan Sinai issued card on your dashboard. This includes vehicles of grandparents, nannies, or friends who will be dropping off or picking up your child.  Please help us keep the carline moving by making sure that you have one or the other on your car. Bryant Security has been instructed to stop cars or anyone walking in without the proper sticker/card and ask for ID. The school office will be called for permission to allow you to enter the campus.

 

  • At other times during the day, you will need to enter the campus through the main gate. The Bryant Security guard or BridgePrep guard has been instructed to keep the main gate either ¾ of the way or fully closed.  The golf cart and guard will be stationed in the middle of the entrance inside the gate, to stop every car coming in. Every car entering the campus needs to have either a TSND sticker, Gan Sinai dashboard card, or BridgePrep sticker to enter the property. All other vehicles will be stopped and asked for a picture ID. The respective synagogue or school offices will be called for permission to let the person on the campus. 

 

  • You can expect the security guard to be professional, courteous, and welcoming while ensuring that the campus remains a safe place for all. You can expect that the guard will not be on the phone or eating a meal and will make sure that his/her full attention is focused on the job they were hired to do.

 

  • Please remember, if you are walking onto the campus, you will be required to show I.D. to the security guard and the school administration office will be contacted for permission to let you walk through.