Health & Safety
Health and Safety Links
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.
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.
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.
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.
- Black Butte School Suicide Prevention Plan
- Oregon Health Authority: Suicide Awareness RESPONSE program
- Oregon Health Authority: Suicide Prevention
- National Strategy for Suicide Prevention
- Tips for Teachers of Depressed Students
Camp Sherman Volutneer Fire Fighers Lion's Club Vison Screening Volunteers with BBS kids