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Safety & Security
Everyone at Taft (staff and students) is responsible for the safety and security of our school community. We ask staff to make sure all windows and doors are closed and locked when they leave a room at the end of the day. We also require that neither staff nor students open exterior doors for people they do not know and that they avoid propping open exterior doors and leaving them unattended. 

Our general protocol for visitors entering the building requires that they enter through the Main Entrance/Door 1. After 8:30 AM, they have to be buzzed in first. They must stop at the security desk, show a photo ID and sign in. They are then provided with a visitor’s pass. If they have come to pick up a student early, we first look up the student’s record and verify that the individual is authorized to take the student out of school. Students enter the building either through Door 1 or Door 4 (Hurlbut-only open between 7:00 and 8:00 AM).

Students are required to show their Taft identification as they walk in. Those without IDs must purchase temporary IDs as students are required to have their IDs with them at all times.

On unannounced dates, students are randomly identified and screened with metal detection equipment as they enter the building. We also have protocols and training for staff on working with students who have chronic physical conditions, intervening when a student is under the influence of drugs or alcohol or potentially suicidal or homicidal, addressing bullying situations, referring students for mental health and/or behavior supports, and reporting abuse.

The CPS Student Code of Conduct outlines expected student behavior and guidelines for staff when addressing inappropriate behavior. Discipline utilizes instructive, corrective and restorative practices that try to address the root cause of students’ behavior in order to prevent misbehavior from re-occurring. Staff communicate with one another regarding individual students via a real-time database so that all of a student’s teachers/coaches are aware of how the student is doing.


We are designing a new website for
Taft High School

Educational Networks is currently designing a new website for Taft High School. It will look beautiful when we finish it. But it will take a few weeks.

What you are looking at is not your new website. It's just a temporary site that allows us to build the content areas while our designers are working on the new design. When the new design is finalized, all the content on this site will be automatically transferred to the new website, and this site will be closed. This way, your new website will already contain a lot of content from day one. Sounds exciting?

Although this temporary site is accessible on the Internet, it is not advertised anywhere. It is just our secret place that allows us to do our work.

Join Us! It will be fun!

We promise, you will love it! The new website will not only look beautiful, but it will be also very easy to update. It will be a place for the entire community. Not only the website administrators, but also teachers and staff members will be able to post information on their own sections. If you are a teacher, you will be able to easily create pages to introduce yourself to the community, build your own photo albums, upload videos, create class pages, and even post homework assignments that will be displayed not only on your class pages, but also emailed to the parents and students automatically every day.

How easy is it?

Very easy! If you use the most standard Internet services such as email and Facebook, or do online shopping on websites like Amazon.com, you are already qualified. No worries...

When do I start? How?

You can start right now! Whatever information you post on this temporary site will be automatically transferred to the new website when we launch it. And you can continue posting updates and even more information afterwards whenever you like.

Here is how:

Go to: http://tafths.enadmin.org

Just log in if you have already been provided your login credentials. If not, call our technical support team at (866) 473-0400 so that we can create your account. It will take only a minute.

The rest will be easy. Upload your profile photo, create as many new pages as you wish, create your classes, photo albums, and even your own video gallery.

After each update, come back to this website, and refresh. You will see that all the information you posted is displayed on this temporary website. And when we officially launch the new website, everything will be transferred automatically in no time!

If you need any help, call our support team at (866) 473-0400.

Welcome to Educational Networks! We look forward to seeing your pages and hearing from you!