Bullying Information and Resources
Identifying the Complaint/Grievance
A student who complains or grieves regarding constitutional rights, equal access to programs, discrimination, harassment, bullying, intimidation, or personal safety issues may complain directly to the school administrator or to a professional staff member.
- The student, if able, must complete Form A, providing sufficient details. Should a student’s age or other condition make it not possible, the staff member receiving the information must assist in recording sufficient detail.
- When a staff member receives the complaint, he/she must transmit it to the school administrator no later than the next school day.
- When a complaint/grievance is lodged against the school administrator, the staff member will forward the complaint/grievance form to the next administrative level no later than the next school day.
- The complaint/grievance form (Form A) should be fully completed, with a complainant signature. However, an unsigned form will be processed in the same manner as a signed form.
The Roosevelt School District Board Policy and the corresponding forms needed to address incidents of Bullying are available below.