Bullying Prevention

Preventing Intimidation & Bullying

The schools in our district aim to build a community where each person feels welcome. We have goals that include prioritizing student leadership, encouraging positive behavior, and hosting inclusive activities. Students are encouraged to identify and appreciate their own strengths, as well as those of their peers. This emphasis on respect and comradery works to reduce instances of student harassment, intimidation and bullying in our schools.

  • We have a zero-tolerance policy for any form of bullying on school grounds, school buses and bus stops, and school-sponsored events.
  • We address situations where a member of school’s community feels harassed, intimidated or bullied.
  • We provide a confidential process that allows students to report any incident.
  • We provide a procedure for parents or guardians to submit written reports.
  • We require that Phoenix #1 employees report suspected harassment, intimidation or bullying.
  • We provide a formal process for the documentation and investigation of reported and suspected incidents.
  • We implement disciplinary procedures for students admitting to, or who are found guilty of, committing harassment, intimidation or bullying.
  • We implement a procedure that provides consequences for submitting false reports of harassment, intimidation or bullying.

If you are concerned that your child is facing any form of harassment, intimidation or bullying, please communicate with the leaders and staff at your school. Any Phoenix #1 employee will help direct you to the right channels for reporting the incident and preventing future harm.

Hazing is when a group subjects a new member to an initiation ritual that includes abusive and humiliating treatment. This behavior is strictly forbidden at all Phoenix #1 schools and in school clubs, athletic teams or and school groups or activities.

Across all of our campuses, we strive for inclusivity and acceptance of all members of our community!