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Safe School Help Line

If you see something, say something!  The Safe School Helpline is a convenient, confidential way for anyone to report information about situations that might affect safety at Red Bud High School or Elementary School.  This helpline is available 24/7 to report concerns about unsafe or potentially disruptive activities or situations including drug or alcohol abuse, weapons, harassment, bullying, or threats.  All reports are completely confidential.

                           Make an Online Report

                           Call toll free 1-800-418-7523 (1-800-4-1-VOICE) ext. 359

                           Text the word "TIPS" to 66746

                            Download the free Safe School Helpline app below to report from your mobile device.

                                        Google Play Store

                                        Apple Store


Always call 911 if you or someone you know is in a crisis situation.   Otherwise, these are helpful resources you can trust!

                            Help for anything:  text "GO" to 741741

                            Suicide Prevention:  call 1-800-273-8255

                            Crisis Chat:  visit www.ImAlive.org

                            Dating Abuse & Domestic Violence:  call 1-800-656-4673

                            Human Trafficking:  call 1-888-373-7888 or text "BeFree" to 233733

                            Runaway:  1-800-786-2929

                            Eating Disorders:  1-800-931-2237

                            Cutting/Self Injury:  1-800-366-8288

                            LGBTQ Support:  1-866-488-7386


Talking to kids about drug prevention can be tough.  Addiction is Real is a nonprofit organization based in St. Louis, whose sole mission is to educate parents about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, and provide them the tools to take a more proactive approach in having these discussions with their child.  The following documents are provided to guide parents through these conversations.

Talking about Drugs with Preschoolers.pdf

Talking about Drugs with Kids in Elementary School (ages 5-10).pdf

Talking about Drugs with Kids in Middle School (ages 11-14).pdf

Talking about Drugs with Kids in High School (ages 15-18).pdf

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