Lubbock ISD expands anonymous help line for students - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock ISD expands anonymous help line for students

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - As students prepare to head back to school, the Lubbock Independent School District has announced a new system to help students deal with troubling situations.

The Trust Line is an anonymous reporting system for students.

Now, each Middle School and High School campus will have its own number for students to report a concern or difficulty.

"We find that it's a bridge for our kids because many times our students have something that they're facing that's a difficulty that they need to talk to someone about, but they may not have the courage."

Lubbock ISD has had a similar system in place for high school students, but they say they're now happy to expand it district wide.

Here are the numbers established for each campus:

Coronado High School
(806) 370-3556

Estacado High School
(806) 370-3557

Lubbock High School
(806) 370-3558

Monterey High School
(806) 370-3559

Talkington School for Young Women Leaders
(806) 370-3560

Atkins Middle School
(806) 370-3561

Cavazos Middle School
(806) 370-3562

Dunbar College Preparatory Academy
(806) 370-3570

Evans Middle School
(806) 370-3563

Hutchison Middle School
(806) 370-3564

Irons Middle School
(806) 370-3565

Makenzie Middle School
(806) 370-3566

O.L. Slaton Middle School
(806) 370-3568

Smylie Wilson Middle School
(806) 370-3569

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