Ms. Martha Z. Harris, Administrative Director
Phone: 305-995-7338




The Division of Student Services is coordinating the District’s efforts to protect our students against sexual abuse through the education of students, parents, and other stakeholders on recognizing the signs of abuse as well as knowing how to advocate on behalf of victims. Below you will find curriculum programs and resources which school based mental health services providers, teachers, and parents are encouraged to use to teach students about recognizing inappropriate behavior and ensuring that students always feel safe and comfortable.


Lauren's Kids

Safer Smarter Schools

Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12 school based prevention and personal safety curriculum series

Safer, Smarter Kids
Pre-Kindergarten through grade 5, as well as special education

Safer, Smarter Teens
Lessons for middle and high school students

Monique Burr Foundation for Children

Child Safety Matters

Evidence-based curriculum for Elementary Students in grades K-5.

Teen Safety Matters
Evidence-informed prevention education program for Middle School students in grades 6-8.

Human Trafficking Awareness

Combating Student Sexting

Resources for Parents and Students


RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. 800.656.4673
Safety Support for Parents Safety support tools for parents to protect their children against sexual assault.

Lauren's Kids

Family Safety Plan Resource Guide Custom interactive tool which helps families plan and communicate about personal safety.

Monique Burr Foundation for Children

Monique Burr Online Training CoursesOnline training courses to learn more about protecting children available at no cost.

Amigos for Kids

National Child Abuse Prevention Leaflet for Parents (English/Spanish/Creole)
National Child Abuse Prevention Leaflet for Children (English/Spanish/Creole)

The U.S. Department of Justice

Talking to Your Child About Sexual Abuse
Sexual Abuse Prevention Resources and Materials

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

Tips and Discussion Starters to Talk to your Child about Sexual Solicitation

Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle - Human Trafficking Resources
South Florida Human Trafficking Task Force 1.888.3737.888
SEXTING- What Parents Need to Know