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Safe School Partnership & Efforts

Safe School Efforts

Safe School Efforts

As a school district, our highest priority is providing a safe, nurturing environment for app to learn. SRVUSD is a strong partner in the community's efforts to create and maintain a healthy and safe community for all! 
 
This section of our website provides comprehensive information about policies, programs and other outreach strategies in place in the district. This list is not complete, but provides a glimpse into the district's safe school efforts.
 
Please use the navigation to the left for more information on more specific safety programs and efforts.
 
Please refer to the Healthy Kids Survey page (on the left) for more information.
Resource for Staff and Students

CareLine: www.srvusd.net/careline
Resource for Staff and Students

app Unified School District is dedicated to academic excellence where all app thrive and succeed in innovative and inclusive learning environments. Based on our Strategic Directions, success means many things, including that our app experience social and emotional well-being.  Bullying, threats, intimidation, harassment, and acts of discrimination or hate are not tolerated in SRVUSD. We also recognize that such behavior is not confined to schools and school-sponsored events. Whether it takes place at home, in the community, or online, the negative effects of inappropriate and harmful actions can be felt on our campuses.
 
SRVUSD is committed to partnering with our parents and caregivers, app, staff and community to provide an effective way to take action and work together to create and nurture inclusive learning environments. We believe that our app have a right to learn in a safe and friendly environment, be treated with respect and receive the help and support of caring adults.
 
This is why we have SRVUSD’s CareLine as a resource available to all app and staff to submit a report. The CareLine can be accessed by clicking on the button on the homepage of each school's website.
 
In our District, we tell our community that “if you see something, or know something, say something.” If you are aware of or concerned about someone who may harm themselves or others, have witnessed or are a victim of threats, bullying, acts of discrimination or hate, or know of threats, bullying, or incidents of discrimination or hate that might take place, please report this information. You may file the report using our Careline, by calling the school or District, or by reporting it to a trusted adult on your school campus.
 
We also want to make sure all of our app, staff and community are aware of the following resources available for support during times of crisis:
 
  • Dial 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline for free and confidential support for mental health emergencies:
  • National Suicide Prevention lifeline: 800-273-8255 - 24 hour support 
  • The Contra Costa County Crisis Center: 211, 800-833-2900, text ‘HOPE’ to 20121:
  • Trevor Lifeline: 866-488-7386 - [text START to 678678]  * LGBTQ-sensitive trained counselors you can contact through a call, text, or chat during a mental health crisis and/or suicidal thoughts
 
When you make a report using the CareLine, you can remain anonymous, or you have the option to identify yourself and communicate with school administration. Careline reports get sent to administration when they are filed and are reviewed as soon as possible. Please note that if you are submitting this tip in the evening, or on a weekend, the report may not be reviewed until the next workday. All reports are taken seriously and are acted upon as quickly as possible. As each incident is different, each will warrant a different reaction and timeline for action.
 
CareLine tips are not routinely monitored when school is not in session, including all school holidays, winter break, spring break, and when school is closed in summer. If this is an emergency, please call 911 or contact one of the resources for support listed above.