• Student Wellbeing

    Crime Stoppers

    Anonymous tips can be submitted to Crime Stoppers online or through the hotline phone number. 

    Crime Stoppers Online Submission Form

    (504) 822-1111


    Child Assault Awareness and Prevention

    In accordance with R.S. 17:81 Y,  the governing authority of each public elementary and secondary school shall provide age- and grade-appropriate classroom instruction to all students relative to child assault awareness and prevention. Such instruction shall be limited to education on what constitutes abuse or an assault, and how students may safely and confidentially report to a school official the circumstances surrounding any such abuse or assaults. Schools will be presenting information to all students during the school year. Our goal is for students to be able to recognize abuse and learn how to speak out if they need assistance. 

    It is important for parents to become aware of and educated on signs and symptoms of abuse. The resource list and informational tips provided below for parents will act as a gateway to gaining pertinent information.

    Resource List

    • Childhelp 1-800-4-A-CHILD (Childhelp is a national nonprofit organization that helps victims of child abuse and neglect.) The hotline operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
    • RAINN 1-800-656-HOPE (rainn.org) Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network) is the nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization.
    • Stop It Now! 1-888-PREVENT (stopitnow.org)Stop It Now! Offers adults the tools they need to prevent sexual abuse before a child is harmed.
    • louisiana211.org United Way provides a free and confidential service to find local help resources. Just dial 211. Available 24/7
    • http://www.erinslaw.org/

    Other Resources

    • Suicide Hotline Number 1-800-273-8255
    • Crisis Counseling Text Hotline 833-898-8336. (833.TXT.TEEN)

    State Child Protection Hotline

    The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services offers a child abuse and/or neglect hotline. If you do suspect a child is being harmed, reporting suspicions may protect the child and get help for the family. Call the Child Protection hotline at 1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) toll-free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

    Tips for Parents

    • Build Skills with Your Child
      • Teach your child to speak up if something isn't right, be open and honest when communicating, and encourage and teach them to talk about how they feel.
    • Observe Your Child's Behaviors
      • Keep an eye open for changes in your child, notice their actions as they play, and monitor inappropriate words and behaviors. 
    • If You Child Has Been Abused
      • Listen to your child, do your best not to react in an emotional way, do not put the blame on yourself, be supportive and strong, don't treat abuse as a deep dark secret, show them that you believe them so they can trust you, and share information with people who need to be informed.
    • Help for You and Your Child
      • Give your child an opportunity to talk about what happened in a safe environment, choose a counseling provider that is a good fit for you and your child, ask for recommendations, and use provided resources. 

    Behavioral Health Service 

    The St. Bernard Parish School Board (hereinafter SBPSB) recognizes the connection between a student’s social, emotional, and mental well-being and the student’s academic success. The SBPSB desires to assist students in developing the social and emotional skills needed for participation in the educational environment and society at large. In addition to any support services provided by the SBPSB, the SBPSB shall allow behavioral health providers to provide behavioral health services to a student at school during school hours if the student's parent or legal guardian provides a written request for such behavioral health provider and services to the Superintendent or Superintendent’s designee, and all other requirements of La. Rev. Stat. Ann. §§17:173 and 17:3996(B)(45), this policy, and any administrative procedures are met.

    Click here to review the full JGCF Behavioral Health Services for Students policy.


    Human Papillomavirus

    Per Revised Statute 17:170.3, the Louisiana Department of Education is requesting that the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Fact Sheet be shared with parents or legal guardians. The HVP fact sheet can be found below. Please click here for the HPV Vaccine Fact Sheet.