School Resource Officers (SROs) in schools are trained for emergencies, and the staff knows to contact law enforcement anytime there is a perceived threat to safety and security.


Student mental health and support staff are always available, including counselors, psychologists, behavioral specialists and partnerships for school-based mental health services. Parents can contact school staff if they notice disturbing changes in behavior or think their children may need mental/emotional support for any reason.


Our personnel are also trained to use the following resources:

  • If your child is in immediate danger, call 911

  • Suicide Hotline: 988

  • Crisis: 855-274-7471

  • Report Child Abuse: 877-237-0004