Reporting Acts of Bias, Harassment and Bullying
As a school district we stand in unity against any form of bias, harassment, discrimination, or hurtful treatment of individuals based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, national origin, alienage, ancestry, disability, or any other protected class.
Diversity is a significant strength of our school community and we are committed to ensuring that every student feels respected and included in the social and academic aspects of their daily lives in school.
If you feel your child has been treated with disrespect, bullied, harassed, or otherwise denied an opportunity because of their race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, disability or any other protected characteristic, please promptly communicate with your child’s teacher, counselor, or a school administrator to report the situation.
While most issues concerning inappropriate student behavior are initially dealt with at the classroom level, concerns about bias, harassment or discrimination should be shared directly with a building administrator. Below are links to reporting forms that can be used to share concerns about behavior related to potential bias, harssment or discrimination.
Once completed, a report should be shared directly with a school administrator. All reports will be reviewed and responded to in accordance with the district’s anti-discrimination and other policies, which clearly prohibit behavior that may constitute bullying, harassment, or discrimination against any individual on the basis of race, sex, disability or other protected characteristics.
Complete copies of relevant policies and the procedures for responding to complaints may be found on on the district’s website using the following links: