Director of Health & Safety
Jamie Woodall

Safety and Security

Early Childhood Learning Center - 979-277-3770

Alton Elementary School - 979-277-3871

Brenham Elementary School - 979-277-3880

Krause Elementary School - 979-277-3860

Brenham Middle School - 979-277-3845

Brenham Junior High School - 979-277-3830

Brenham High School - 979-277-3800

Pride Academy - 979-277-3890

    Brenham Junior High School

    • Sergeant Snowden
    • Corporal Ortega

    Brenham High School 

    • Corporal Kasprowicz
    • Officer Malinowski
    Brenham ISD Safety & Security Committee Meetings
    The Brenham ISD Safety & Security Committee will meet on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 5:15pm at Brenham High School Library (Agenda).  Contact Jamie Woodall at for more information.  The next meeting has not been set.
    Brenham ISD School Safety & Security Committee Members
    Name Organization/Position
    Snowden, John Brenham Police Department/Sergeant
    Barrera, Heidi Parent
    Boggan, Craig Social Studies Teacher
    Chaplin, Tylor Brenham ISD/Superintendent
    Lange, Natalie Brenham ISD/Board of Trustees, President
    Raven, Kelvin Brenham ISD/Board of Trustees, Member
    Ruemke, Bryan WC Office of Emergency Management/Emergency Management Coordinator
    Wilson, Catina Parent
    Woodall, Jamie Brenham ISD/Director of Health & Safety
    Below are various resources related to Health and Safety.  Click on the icon for more information.

    Report Bullying and any of your Health & Safety Concerns HERE! - This is a reporting option for students, parents, and staff when a concern for self, others, and/or property is felt by an individual.  Brenham ISD has resources to respond to these concerns in a variety of ways.

    Bark for Schools uses industry-leading, machine-learning algorithms to continually monitor our students’ Gmail messages, Gchat conversations, and Google Drive documents.  When problems are detected, Bark will notify the specific staff who need to know via email. Parents may monitor their child’s school account for FREE by signing up at THIS LINK

    CRCGs are county-based groups of local partners and community members who work with parents, caregivers, children, youth, and adults with complex needs to identify and coordinate services and supports. They help people whose needs can’t be met by one single agency and who would benefit from interagency coordination. They strive to meet the person’s and family’s needs with community-based solutions whenever possible.  Talk to your counselor for more information.

    A joint community partnership was formed to bring together youth, adults, police officers, university, and government officials to keep all residents safe during a traffic stop.


    Prevent Cyber Bullying

    Learn more about how you can recognize and prevent cyber bullying HERE.

    Report Bullying and any of your Health & Safety Concerns here: