Bullying

    It is important that students and parents understand the rules and regulations.  All students have a right to a safe environment in which they can learn.  Together, we can ensure that everyone has a positive, exciting, and memorable middle school experience.

Bullying/Cyberbullying

    C.W. Woodbury, with the Clark County School District, is committed to providing a safe, secure, and respectful learning environment for all students and employees.  C.W. Woodbury strives to address bullying and cyberbullying so that there is no disruption to the learning environment and learning process.  Students who feel they are being bullied either face to face or through electronic means such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, or other social media sites are strongly encouraged to report the incident to a teacher, counselor, or the dean’s office.  They may fill out an incident report so that an investigation can take place into the matter.  Students should be advised that anything they post onto social media sites, even after school hours, can result in a school consequence ranging from RPC to Expulsion if those actions are deemed in offence to NRS 338.122 or NRS 338.123 (Bullying and Cyberbullying). The administration of C.W. Woodbury strongly suggests that parents/guardians talk with their children about acceptable online behavior and monitor their actions on social media sites.

Bullying/Cyberbullying Reporting policy

Step 1:  Report the incident to the dean’s office on the day of the incident.  You may also report the incident to any school employee or to the CCSD Say NO to Bullying website.

Step 2:  The alleged bullying incident is reviewed and the level of severity is assessed.  At this point, if there is an IMMEDIATE safety concern, parents will be contacted.  School Police may also be contacted if needed. 

Step 3:  Notice to parents:  There will be a standard CCSD Bullying Notice letter sent to the parents of the alleged subject and alleged student who committed the bullying within one school day of the reported incident.  A telephone call will be placed to parents informing them that the Bullying Notice is in the mail.

Step 4:  Investigation:  An investigation into the incident will begin within one school day and must be completed within 10 school days.  During the investigation, evidence will be gathered and a determination of bullying will be made.  The event will then be logged into Infinite Campus. 

Step 5:  Resolutions:  If bullying has occurred, disciplinary action will be imposed.  Parent conferences for the students concerned will be conducted.  School Police may be contacted if appropriate.  A district generated letter informing parents of a resolution will be sent.

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