Bullying

FHSD is committed to maintaining a learning and working environment free of any form of bullying or intimidation by students toward District personnel or students on school grounds, or school time, at a school sponsored activity or in a school related context as stated in Bullying Policy 2655 of the District Board Policy and Regulations document.


Reporting Safety Concerns
The safety of students and staff in our schools and community is of primary importance. If you suspect that a student is being bullied please contact your school’s principal, counselor, or school resource officer. Students can also utilize the Safe Kids e-mail address or Missouri School Violence Hotline

Safe Kids Email Address

In an effort to make it possible for students, parents, faculty, and staff to communicate with school administration regarding potential threats to school safety and security, the District has set up a
Safe Kids e-mail address. Safe Kids will be monitored by an administrator 24 hours per day, seven days a week.


Missouri School Violence Hotline
T
he Missouri's School Violence Hotline accepts bullying reports and forwards the reported information to the District. Parents can call 1-866-748-7047 and receive a live voice Monday - Friday 7 AM until 6 PM (voicemail after hours). Reports can also be made 24 hours a day by clicking here or y
ou may also text  "REPORTIT" to 84741.



Dateline MSNBC news segment entitled,My Child Would Never Bully
This news segment shows simulated real-life bullying situations with hidden cameras with valuable insight into how kids respond to bullying when they think no one is looking. 

 FHSD Student Safety Policies




Bullying Prevention & Education Links

Cyber Bullying

Harassment

If you have questions or concerns about bullying, please email safekids@fhsdschools.org.