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Student Safety Information & Resources

Brandon School Division is committed to providing a safe and inclusive place for all of our students, and to provide our students and families with access to information and resources, with a focus on:

  • Promoting healthy relationships for our students and their families;
  • School Zone Safety;
  • Stranger Danger; 
  • Cyber Safety; and
  • Sexual Exploitation.

Parents play a crucial role in promoting their child's wellness and safety. Here are some practical steps you can take to ensure your child's well-being:

  • Encourage healthy habits: Parents can encourage their child to eat nutritious foods, get regular exercise, and practice good hygiene to promote physical wellness.
  • Provide emotional support: It's essential for parents to create a supportive and nurturing environment for their child. Listening, validating feelings, and offering comfort can help promote emotional well-being.
  • Teach safety measures: Parents should educate their child about personal safety, stranger danger, road safety, and online safety to help prevent accidents and protect them from potential dangers.
  • Set boundaries: Establishing clear rules and boundaries at home can help children understand expectations and stay safe. 
  • Stay informed: Parents should stay informed about their child's activities, friends, and online interactions. Open communication and being aware of their child's well-being are key to ensuring their safety.

By taking proactive steps to promote wellness and safety, parents can help their child thrive and grow into a healthy and happy individual.

Help us #KeepOurKidsSafe in our #BSDSchools! 

Should you have any questions about safety, please contact your child's school directly, or our Administration Office: 

Brandon School Division Administration Office
Regular Office Hours:  Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
1031 – 6th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 4K5
Phone: 204-729-3100 Email: 

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