Harassment may include the following when related to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, sexual orientation, or age:
- name calling, jokes or rumors;
- notes, cartoons or graffiti;
- unwelcome touching of a person or clothing;
- offensive or graphic posters or book covers;
- or words or actions that make you feel uncomfortable.
Report Harassment & Violence
- A. Any person who believes he or she has been the victim of religious, racial or sexual harassment or violence by a pupil, teacher, administrator or other school personnel of the school district, or any person with knowledge or belief of conduct which may constitute religious, racial or sexual harassment or violence toward a pupil, teacher, administrator or other school personnel should report the alleged acts immediately to an appropriate school district official designated by this policy. The school district encourages the reporting party or complainant to use the report form available from the principal of each building or available from the school district office, but oral reports shall be considered complaints as well. Nothing in this policy shall prevent any person from reporting harassment or violence directly to a school district human rights officer or to the Superintendent/designee.
- B. In Each School Building. The building principal is the person responsible for receiving oral or written reports of religious, racial or sexual harassment or violence at the building level. Any adult school district personnel who receives a report of religious, racial or sexual harassment or violence shall inform the building principal immediately.
- Read full Harassment & Violence Policy #525.1
- Principal conference with students; Parent contact; Report to Human Resources; Possible police referral; Other interventions as appropriate up to expulsion/exclusion
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