To report a bullying incident (form can be submitted anonymously) download the following forms and submit to: email@example.com
The Everett Public School District is committed to providing equal educational opportunities for all students. Each school is expected to promote an atmosphere of safety, respect and caring for all students, school officials, employees, consultants, contractors and visitors, and to provide an atmosphere that is conducive to teaching and learning.
This policy is designed to prevent and stop negative patterns of bullying behavior. The Everett Public Schools Policy on Bullying proposes an integrated approach which incorporates preventive education, behavior management, disciplinary action and restorative justice. This balanced approach addresses the needs of all parties involved: the victim, perpetrator and community through processes that preserve the safety and dignity of all.
The Everett Public Schools Bullying Action Plan shall apply to students and members of a school staff, including, but not limited to, educators, administrators, school nurses, cafeteria workers, custodians, bus drivers, athletic coaches, advisors to an extracurricular activity and paraprofessionals.
Every employee is a mandated reporter. Incidents of bullying / retaliation are reported to a staff member who then submits the report form as an identified reporter or an anonymous reporter to the investigator: Principal, Assistant / Vice Principal, Guidance Counselor, other administrator or a teacher. Initial investigation takes place immediately. The report is dated and time-stamped. The Principal maintains a log of each incident, and submits that log monthly to the Director of Guidance who maintains a district tally. Follow-up information about each case is also maintained. To report a bullying incident download, read and complete all forms included in the following packet to: Kathleen McCormack – Director of Guidance (click link to email)