Anti-Bullying / DASA
The Board of Education is committed to providing a positive, safe and supportive learning environment where students are free from bullying, harassment and discrimination.
The Dignity Act Coordinator is the school employee charged with receiving reports of harassment, bullying and discrimination. Any student who believes that he or she is being bullied, harassed or discriminated against, or who has knowledge of bullying, harassing or discriminating behavior should report it. Students may make oral or written reports of bullying, harassment or discrimination to any staff member.
Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Coordinator:
Ms. Gina Horton
The School District expressly prohibits any retaliation against complainants, victims, witnesses and/or any individuals who initiate, testify, participate or assist in the investigation of any allegation or report of bullying, harassment or discrimination. The School District’s administrators will monitor participants in investigations and victims of bullying, harassment or discrimination to determine that the behavior has ceased, no retaliation has occurred and support or counseling has been afforded to the involved individuals, as needed.