Health & Safety

Health and Safety Links

Health and Safety: What to Expect for the 2022-23 School Year

School Safety Plan

BBS Communicable Disease Management Plan

When to Stay Home from School: Due to Covid-19, the State of Oregon has developed more detailed guidelines for families on when it is safe for their children to be at school. The link provides information on a variety of symptoms and when it is safe for a child to return to school after experiencing them.

Immunization Requirements

Homelessness Information

Safe Schools Child Abuse Prevention Training for Schools and Families: The Safe Schools training is designed to meet the requirements of Senate Bill 379: Child Abuse Identification, Prevention and Reporting and is required for all Black Butte School District employees. It is also designed to be accessible to families.

Jefferson County Sheriffs Office

Deschutes County Sheriffs Office

Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District

SafeOregon All kids should feel safe at school and in their communities. SafeOregon gives kids, parents, schools and their communities a way to report safety threats or potential acts of violence. If you observe bullying or harassment you may call or text the Safe Oregon tip line at 844-472-3367.

Suicide Prevention

Call 9 - 8 - 8 if you are concerned about a person in your life who is thinking of suicide. 

The tragic loss of youth suicide impacts the entire community. This important topic is a focus of support and education at Black Butte School in order to help ensure all of our children stay safe and healthy.


Camp Sherman Volutneer Fire Fighers                                                         Lion's Club Vison Screening Volunteers with BBS kids