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Report Suspicious Behavior
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Report Suspicious Behavior

Barbers Hill uses STOPit website and app for reporting suspicious behavior

STOPit app available for download
on the App Store and Google Play
See STOPit webpage for more info

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Lori May

The Safe School Coordinator addresses student support and threat assessments for all campuses. In addition, the Coordinator serves to coordinate communication and intervention for At-Risk students between all stakeholders (students, parents, campus administrators, counselors, teachers, BHISD Police, etc.) when a threat of harm to self or others is perceived.

Contact Lori May, Coordinator of Safe Schools, at or call 281-576-2221, ext. 1477.


Safe Schools/Safe Students

Daniel Andrews

The S4 Committee (Safe Students/Safe Schools) is comprised of assistant principals, counselors, law enforcement, special services, social worker, technology, operations, administrators, and community members.

The focus of the committee is to ensure that our students have the opportunity to be educated in a safe and secure environment. The committee addresses topics such as:

  • Bullying
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Eagle Talk - Parent Tips and Reporting
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Suspicious Behavior Reporting
  • District/Campus Assemblies (Anti-Bullying, Kindness, No Driving/Driving, etc.)

Contact Daniel Andrews, S4 Committee Chair, at or call 281-576-2221, ext. 1435.


Bully Prevention

Stop Bullying

Eagles Don't Tolerate Bullying! Visit the Bully Prevention webpage for information and helpful resources to learn how to recognize and combat bullying. A link is also provided to report instances of bullying.

Bully Prevention Webpage

Eagle Talk

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Barbers Hill ISD has a new safety initiative called Eagle Talk. The purpose of this project is to ensure safety in all areas of our students’ lives by educating parents and staff. The topics addressed throughout the year will be social media awareness, internet safety, digital citizenship, drug and alcohol awareness, bullying, and anxiety/depression issues teens face.

Eagle Talk Webpage

Teen Dating Violence

Teen Dating Violence

Teen dating violence is a pattern of behavior where one person uses threats of or actual physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse to control his or her partner. Visit the Teen Dating Violence webpage to learn how to recognize and combat teen dating violence.

Teen Dating Violence Webpage