Bullying and Harassment Prevention
Bullying and Harassment Reporting Procedures – Staff:

Written and oral reports shall be considered official reports. Reports may be made anonymously, but formal disciplinary action may not be based solely on an anonymous report.

  • Department supervisors are responsible for receiving complaints alleging violations of this policy. Staff who witness, are the target of, or have credible information that an act of bullying or harassment has taken place are required to report all incidents to their supervisor. If their supervisor is the offending person, the report should be made to the next higher level of supervision or the Director of Human Resources.
  • All other members of the school community, including, parents/legal guardians, volunteers, and visitors are strongly encouraged to report any act that may be a violation of this policy to any campus supervisor.
  • Complaints shall be submitted within 90 days from the date of the alleged violation of this policy.
  • Upon receipt of a complaint, the supervisor will notify the Director of Human Resources.
  • Individuals making reports in good faith to the appropriate school official, in compliance with the procedures set forth in the FISD policy, are immune from a cause of action for damages arising out of the reporting itself or any failure to remedy the reported incident. Submission of a good faith complaint or report of bullying or harassment will not affect the complainant or reporter’s future employment, working environment, or work assignments.
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Bullying and Harassment Reporting Procedures – Students:


Written and oral reports shall be considered official reports. Reports may be made anonymously, but formal disciplinary action may not be based solely on an anonymous report.
  • Students who witness, are the target of, or have credible information that an act bullying or harassment has taken place are strongly encouraged to report all incidents to a staff member.
  • All school employees are required to report alleged bullying and harassment to the appropriate Assistant Principal, Principal and/or Dean of Students.
  • Within each campus, the Counselor, Assistant Principal, Principal or the Dean of Students is responsible for receiving and investigating reports of bullying or harassing behavior.
  • All other members of the school community, including, parents/legal guardians, volunteers, and visitors are strongly encouraged to report any act that may be a violation of this policy.
  • Individuals making reports in good faith to the appropriate school official, in compliance with the procedures set forth in the FISD policy, are immune from a cause of action for damages arising out of the reporting itself or any failure to remedy the reported incident. Submission of a good faith complaint or report of bullying or harassment will not affect the complainant or reporter’s future employment, grades, learning or working environment, or work assignments.