School Safety & Mental Health
School safety and mental health policies, procedures and initiatives are managed by the Office of the Assistant Superintendent for Bradford County Schools. We are dedicated to providing a safe school environment where students not only receive an education but also social-emotional support and instruction. Needs are not only identified, but met at the greatest level of our ability. We strive to understand and implement Florida legislative directives (SB7026 & SB7030), while effectively and efficiently disseminating information to our staff, student body, families and community members.
If you'd like to learn more about the Florida Department of Education's School Safety & Mental Health initiatives,
please visit the Office of Safe Schools at http://www.fldoe.org/safe-schools/.
See News4Jax report "First Day of Guardian for Bradford County Schools"
See Something, Say Something
See something suspicious or concerning? Say something about it!
The Bradford County School District encourages staff, parents and students to report information about any non-urgent illegal activity, such as vandalism, theft, the sale and distribution of drugs or information about crimes that are being planned.
Call our local See Something, Say Something line and speak directly with a Bradford County Sheriff's Office dispatcher.
Reports can be made anonymously!
Mental Health Crisis
1-800-330-5615, Option 1
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis call the Meridian crisis line for 24/7 support and assessment from a licensed counselor. The Mobile Response Team (MRT) is available to respond in-person for youth and young adults up to 25 years of age for additional assessment and coordination of care.
The Bradford County Faith Community Center (BCFCC) is a non-profit organization that was established in 2004 with the sole mission of enhancing the quality of life for the citizenry of Bradford County. Visit https://bcfaithcc.org/ for more information.