May 26, 2022

 Dear Warner Parents,

 The recent mass shootings and the tragedy at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas in particular are heartbreaking and can surface fears about safety. We know events like these can impact the physical and mental well-being of our students, staff, and families. We encourage you to connect with your friends and family and support each other and seek help as it is needed. We want to assure you that Warner Unified School District is committed to the safety of our schools and well-being of our community.  Warner schools will increase drills and look to bring in more training for our staff and students.

 Whatever you or your family are experiencing, we want you to know that you are not alone and that support is available at school and in our community. If you or someone you know needs help, below are some resources to help you or loved ones cope:

 Tips for discussing the tragedy with children:



If your child needs additional support at school, contact:  



If you or a family member would like help finding a mental health care or substance use treatment provider, contact Care Solace, a complimentary and confidential coordination service provided by Warner Unified School District:

  • Call 888-515-0595. Support is available 24/7/365 in any language.

  • Visit caresolace.com/wusdfamilies and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.

 If you need help with an mental health emergency:

  • Call 911 or and request a Crisis Intervention Trained (C.I.T.) response

  • Go to the closest emergency room for support

  • Text “Hello” or “Home” to 741741 to connect with support

  • Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255

  • Trevor Lifeline LGBTQQ+ Crisis Support: 1-866-488-7386

 If you have a safety concern:

  • If there is an emergency concern: Call 911

  • If you have a non emergency concern about school safety:



David MacLeod


Warner Unified School District

760.782.3517 Ext 217