Bullying & Harassment Policy

Student safety is our top priority, and we take reports of bullying and cyberbullying very seriously. Our administrators respond to reports of bullying and cyberbullying in accordance to the Indiana Department of Education’s guidelines. Reports of bullying should be made consistent with Perry Township Schools Bullying Policy found below.

Perry Township Schools Bullying Policy

Additionally, Perry Township Schools does not tolerate discrimination or harassment in its educational or work environments. Consistent with the policy below, any member of the school community is encouraged to report incidents of discrimination or harassment.

Perry Township Harassment Bylaws & Policies

Students are encouraged to speak to Guidance counselors, Advisors, or any school personnel regarding any student conflict issues.

If you have questions regarding bullying procedures at the district level, please contact Louis Norris at 789-3700 or lnorris@nullperryschools.org 

Call PMMS about bullying: 317-789-4100.

Anti-Bullying Brochure

Bullying Powerpoint Presentation   |  PDF Version

Students can also pick up a “REQUEST TO SEE” form in all classes or in the offices, which can be filled out and a staff member will call the student down when available to talk.

StopBullying.gov
StopBullying.gov


Bullying and Harassment

The MSD of Perry Township prohibits bullying as described in student discipline code IC 20-33-8-12. The discipline rules adopted by the governing body of a school corporation must apply when a student is; (1) on school grounds immediately before or during school hours, immediately after school hours or at any other time when the school is being used by a school group; (2) off school grounds at a school activity, function or event; (3) traveling to or from school or a school activity, function or event; (4) using property or equipment provided by the school. Bullying can be physical (hitting, kicking, shoving etc.) verbal (taunting, teasing, racial slurs or verbal harassment) or non verbal threatening (obscene gestures). Any of these behaviors occurring repeatedly fall into the category of bullying. Students should immediately report any bullying to a school employee.

Perry Township Schools Bullying Policy

Perry Township Schools Anti-Harassment Policy

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