Report a bullying incident:
- by voicemail 630-795-8100
All students have the right to feel safe in school...help keep North High a safe place for everyone!
Unfortunately, some bullying goes unreported because students may not feel comfortable reporting incidents or are not sure what constitutes bullying behavior. In our ongoing effort to maintain a safe learning environment for all of our students, North High School has developed an severals means to report bullying/harassment. Please use this resource to report any bullying/harassing behavior of which you have knowledge. When a message is received by school personnel the incident will be investigated and responded to accordingly.
Please see Board policy 7.180, Prevention of and Response to Bullying, Intimidation, and Harassment.
"If you don't stick to your values when they're being tested, then they're not values - they're hobbies." - Jon Stewart
The Bully Project
Resources from the bullyproject.com:
Resources from stopbullying.gov:
- What is bullying?
- What is cyberbullying?
- Bullying and LGBT Youth
- Resources for Parents
- Resources for Educators
- Resources for Teens
Other useful links:
- Teen Dating Violence is intimate partner violence that occurs between two young people who are, or once were, in a relationship.
- Hazing is the use of embarrassing and often dangerous or illegal activities by a group to initiate new members.
- Peer Conflict is not bullying when two kids with no perceived power imbalance fight, have an argument, or disagree. Conflict resolution or peer mediation may be appropriate for these situations