DuVall Elementary School

Safety and Social Emotional Needs

*For emergencies and imminent danger it is always best to call 911. Contacting Law Enforcement directly or a School Administrator is the best course of action. However, the State has an anonymous tip hotline that can be used to report tips confidentially on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, or schools. Click Here.

*Students and families can contact our emotional support hotline at 313-827-3500 or at dss@dearbornschools.org to request assistance. (Please call 911 in the event of an emergency.) Families who contact the district hotline will receive a follow up contact by a school counselor, social worker or psychologist.

Families can also find resources to help support their child’s social-emotional well-being on the district’s SEL website and in the flyers below.

NASP Talking to your child about violence paper

NASP Talk to your child about violence in Arabic

One page flyer – Talking to your child about violence

District’s Social Emotional Learning website