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The City of Weston is consistently lauded for the quality education available in our community. The pubic schools that serve Weston consistently achieve high performance ratings in the annual State of Florida Standards Assessment. Private schools round out additional options for education from preschool through 12th grade.
For college-level and continuing education options, Broward College and the University of Miami offer classes at locations within Weston. Additionally, Broward Schools offers community school classes, including GED and English (ESOL), at Tequesta Trace Middle.
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The City of Weston has quality Broward County Public Schools that consistently achieve high performance ratings in the State of Florida’s standards assessment.
The City of Weston honors the principals of all public schools in the Weston area
that achieve an “A” grade annually in the Florida School Grades assessment by the
Florida Department of Education.
It is important for parents to talk with their children and be able to recognize signs of personal crisis that could lead to suicide. Parents need to ask the screening yes-or-no questions from The Columbia Protocol to identify if someone is in crisis, and they should not worry that asking about suicide will put the idea into their children’s heads. The questions can be found below, and online at cssrs.columbia.edu.
Parents, please talk to your children, Students, talk to each other. “Just ask, just listen.” Every day ask the important questions below.
1. Have you wished you were dead or wished you could go to sleep and not wake up?
2. Have you actually had any thoughts about killing yourself? If the loved one answers “yes” to question 2, ask questions 3, 4, 5 and 6. If the person answers “no” to question 2, go directly to question 6.
3. Have you thought about how you might do this?
4. Have you had any intention of acting on these thoughts of killing yourself, as opposed to you have the thoughts but you definitely would not act on them?
5. Have you started to work out or worked out the details of how to kill yourself? Do you intend to carry out this plan?
6. Always ask this question: In the past three months, have you done anything, started to do anything, or prepared to do anything to end your life?
If yes is the answer to any of these questions:
Don't Judge; Don't act shocked; Don't Panic; Reach out and get help immediately.
Help is only a phone call or a click away.
If a parent is concerned that there may be a threat as severe as suicide, call 9-1-1
In Broward County, dial 2-1-1 if you suspect any risk or Text “FL” to 741741.
Additional resources are only a phone call away.
- 2-1-1 (in Broward County) 24/7 crisis hotline
- 1-800-273-8255 National Suicide hotline
- 954-740-MSD1 (6731) 24/7 crisis hotline
- Crisis Intervention YES team 954-677-3113, Option 3
- Crisis Text Line: Text FL to 741741 for a live counselor
- Memorial Hospital Walk-In Center 954-276-1285
- Florida Behavioral Health Center 954-734-2000
- Grievance Hotline: 877-698-7794
- Eagles' Haven (licensed social workers) 954-203-4249