Distance learning recommenced for PVSchools students on Monday, November 23.
Students have the right to attend school in a safe environment free from any form of harassment, bullying, or hazing.
Students have a right and responsibility to report these experiences. Roadrunner staff members have available specific forms to record all information pertaining to any bullying incident.
The district has designed a protocol for all staff to follow when addressing reported bullying incidents. This is to guarantee the rights and protection for all of our students. In addition, electronic anonymous reporting may be done by using: AnonymousTips.com.
Students found to be involved in these activities are subject to disciplinary consequences, which may include warning, censure, suspension, or expulsion from school.
This section applies to all forms of bullying as well as all non-sex related harassment, including, but not limited to race, religion, handicapping condition, or sexual orientation.
National Crime Prevention Council
Information and resources to help prevent bullying.
Arizona Anti-Bullying Laws & Policies
State and local lawmakers have taken action to prevent bullying and protect children. Through laws (in their state education codes and elsewhere) and model policies (that provide guidance to districts and schools), each state addresses bullying differently. Find out how your state refers to bullying in its laws and what they require on part of schools and districts.