Bullying Prevention and Investigation
We take complaints of bullying very seriously. Learn how we identify, prevent and investigate bullying.
No student should be subjected to bullying or harassment that interferes with their ability to learn. No student should be subjected to safety problems that can result from bullying and harassment.
Our ultimate goal as a district is to eliminate bullying in all of its forms, whether online or in-person. Help us curb the national issue of bullying by taking action as a community and discussing the importance of prevention with your family.
Bullying Investigation Process
Please read through the five steps below to learn more about our bullying investigation process.
Step 1: Bullying Report
The bullying investigation process is initiated as soon as a complaint or allegation of bullying is received. Teachers and staff members are required to report acts of bullying.
We encourage students, parents or guardians to report acts of bullying to a teacher, counselor or campus administrator either in person, by using the incident report form below or via STOPit. This tool allows you to report urgent student concerns quickly and anonymously to school officials via the webform or web app.
STOP it is monitored by SISD administrators daily until 9:00 pm and should only be used for serious and urgent matters. In the event of an emergency or life-threatening event, it is always imperative to call 911.
Butterfield Elementary: BESTRIBE
Chisholm Trail Elementary: CTETRIBE
Clear Creek Intermediate: CCITRIBE
Sanger Sixth Grade Center: SGCTRIBE
Sanger Middle School: SMSTRIBE
Linda Tutt High School: LTHSTRIBE
Sanger High School: SHSTRIBE
Submit an anonymous tip online through STOPit.
● Search for Sanger ISD
● Choose the appropriate campus or enter the access code associate with your campus
Step 2: Investigation by school administration
The school administration is notified of the bullying complaint. The complaint is entered and the parents of the alleged victim and perpetrator are notified. The administrator begins investigating the events.
The target, perpetrator and witness (if applicable) are interviewed.
All information for the entire process will be documented.
Step 3: Bullying determination
Keep in mind that even if a behavior was not considered to rise to the level of bullying, it may still require intervention and discipline.
Step 4: Notification of findings
Parents of all students involved will be informed of the incident and whether the complaint was determined to be bullying or not.
A safety plan may be reviewed.
Step 5: Consequences assigned
Consequences will be assigned as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct. Targets of bullying will not be punished.
Rights to appeal are explained to all parties.
Retaliation against students who report bullying will not be tolerated.