of bullying or retaliation may be made by staff, students, parents or
guardians, or others, and may be oral or written.
Reporting by Staff
staff member will report immediately to the principal or designee
when he/she witnesses or becomes aware of conduct that may be bullying
or retaliation. The requirement to report to the principal or
designee does not limit the authority of the staff member to respond
to behavioral or disciplinary incidents consistent with school or
district policies and procedures for behavior management and
Reporting by Students, Parents or Guardians, and Others
The District expects students, parents or guardians, and others who
witness or become aware of an instance of bullying or retaliation
involving a student to report it to the principal or designee.
Reports may be made anonymously, but no disciplinary action will be
taken against an alleged aggressor solely on the basis of an anonymous
report. Students, parents or guardians, and others may request
assistance from a staff member to complete a written report.
Oral Reporting: Oral reports made by or to a staff member shall be recorded in writing onto an Incident Reporting Form.
Anonymous Reporting Links: Reports may be made anonymously using the anonymous reporting form available on each school’s web site.
Happy Hollow Elementary
Claypit Hill Elementary
Written Reporting: Use of an Incident Reporting Form is not required as a condition of making a report. Written reports can be delivered to any staff member.
What happens to my report?
reports of bullying will given to a building administrator who has an
obligation to investigate and take the following actions in a timely
- interview all students involved,
- collect evidence including digital or hard copies of electronic communication, web pages, notes, etc.,
- review previous disciplinary records of all students involved,
- notify parent(s)/guardian(s) of all students involved,