I. Everyone at District #115 has a right to feel respected and safe. Consequently, we want you to know about our policy to prevent religious, racial or sexual harassment and violence of any kind.
II. A harasser may be a student or an adult. Harassment may include the following when related to religion, race, sex or gender:
A. Name calling, jokes or rumors;
B. Pulling on clothing;
D. Notes or cartoons:
E. Unwelcome touching of a person or clothing;
F. Offensive or graphic posters or book covers; or
G. Any words or actions that make you feel uncomfortable, embarrass you, hurt your feelings or makes you feel bad.
III. If any words or action make you feel uncomfortable or fearful, you need to tell a teacher, counselor, the principal or the Human Rights Officer, Carl E. Remmers, Superintendent of Schools.
IV. You may also make a written report. It should be given to a teacher, counselor, the principal or the Human Rights Officer.
V. Your right to privacy will be respected as much as possible.
VI. We take seriously all reports of religious, racial or sexual harassment or violence and will take all appropriate actions based on your report.
VII. The School District will also take action if anyone tried to intimidate you or take action to harm you because of what you have reported.
VIII. This is a summary of the School District policy against religious, racial and sexual harassment and violence. Complete policies are available in the District Office upon request.