Reporting Contact Information:
Annonymous Bullying Incident Reporting Voicemail- 508-867-9821 extension 3004
Elementary School Principal - Sarah Priestley, email@example.com, 508-867-8326
Jr/Sr High School Principal - Jason Hynek, firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-867-7131
Superintendent - Richard Lind, email@example.com, 508-867-9821
Reporting procedures per the district's bullying prevention and intervention plan:
A staff member will report immediately to the principal or designee, or to the superintendent or designee when the principal or the assistant principal is the alleged aggressor, or to the school committee or designee when the superintendent is the alleged aggressor when he/she witnesses or becomes aware of conduct that may be bullying or retaliation. The requirement to report as provided 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 discipline.
Student, Parent/Guardian, and/or Others:
The school or 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, or superintendent or designee when the principal or assistant principal is the alleged aggressor. 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. Students will be provided practical, safe, private, and age-appropriate ways to report and discuss an incident of bullying with a staff member, or with the principal or designee, or superintendent or designee when the principal or assistant principal is the alleged aggressor.