• Stephanie Johnson
    District Title IX Coordinator
    Director of Student Support Services
    District Coordinator for Nondiscrimination Regarding Student-On-Student Complaints


  • How to File a Bullying/Discrimination/Harassment/Retaliation Complaint

     1. Report the Incident

    • Any student who feels subjected to discrimination, including harassment and retaliation, should immediately report the incident to the principal, school site Title IX Coordinator, any school staff member, or the District's Title IX Coordinator.
    • Any student or school employee who observes an incident of discrimination, including harassment and retaliation, should report the incident to the principal, whether or not the target files a complaint.
    • Reports may be made verbally and/or in writing. 
    • Student or the Parent/Guardian/Caregiver always has the option to file a formal complaint at any time.

     2.  The Report

    • Be sure to provide as much information as you can in your report.  Include information such as the date and time the incident occurred, names of individuals involved, list any witnesses or bystanders, the location the incident occurred, and the description of what occurred.
    • If reporting in writing, the Bullying Harassment, or Intimidation Reporting Form is a useful tool available for your use.  After completing the form, return it to your school principal, school site Title IX Coordinator or District Title IX Coordinator. 

     3.  Upon receiving a complaint of discrimination, including harassment and retaliation, the principal shall initiate the complaint in accordance with the Site-Level Grievance Procedure specified in AR 5145.7-Sexual Harassment.


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