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Students or parents in the school community can anonymously submit any suspicious activity, bullying or other student related issues to a school administrator(s). We encourage you to report important issues. Once you complete the contact form below, you will receive a confirmation that your information has been submitted to the school district.

False reporting will be taken seriously to the full extent of the law.

This system will be monitored during regular school days between the hours of 8:30 am to 4:00 pm, September to June only. Any reports submitted outside of these hours or during holidays (including summer holidays) will be responded to during the following normally scheduled school day (September-June).

Please do not use this system for issues requiring immediate assistance.
If this is an emergency requiring immediate assistance, please call 911.

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Explosive Substance

Includes anything used to create an explosive device or is capable of causing an explosion.

Physical Assault

The intentional application of force directly or indirectly in any degree at all, to a person without the person's consent.

Sexual Assault

A sexual assault occurs where a person, without consent, intentionally applies force to another person in circumstances of a sexual nature such as to violate the sexual integrity of the victim.

Extortion

Using threats, accusations or violence or threats of violence to induce any person to do anything or cause anything to be done.

Replica Firearm

Is any device that is designed or intended to exactly resemble or to resemble with near precision, a firearm.

Trafficking in Drugs and/or Harmful Substances

Means to sell, administer, transfer, transport, send or deliver any harmful substance, illicit drug or narcotic as set out in the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act.

Physical Assault Causing Bodily Harm

Physical assault is the intentional application of force (in any degree at all) to a person without that person's consent. Bodily harm refers to any hurt or injury that is more than merely transient or trifling in nature which interferes with the health or comfort of the person, and includes (but is not limited to) injuries that receive medial attention. Any cut that requires stitches or any broken or fractured bone should be considered a serious injury. Serious injury could also include multiple minor injuries.

Cyber-bullying

This is a form of bullying that occurs through the use of technology, including the use of a computer, cellular phone or other electronic devices, using instant/text messaging, social networks, e-mail, websites or any other electronic activities, and involves: (a) creating a web page or login which the creator assumes the identity of another person; (b) impersonating another person as the author of content or messages posted on the internet; and (c) communicating material electronically to more than one individual or posting material on a website that may be accessed by one or more individuals

Possession of a Weapon

Means anything used, designed to be used or intended for use in causing death or injury to any person, or to threaten or intimidate any person. It can include objects which can be used as weapons. Objects such as a pen, or a screwdriver, if displayed to threaten or intimidate, become weapons under this definition. Weapon includes a firearm and any device that is designed or intended to exactly resemble or to resemble with near precision, a firearm.

Harassment

Harassment is often, but not always, persistent, ongoing conduct or communication in any form, of attitudes, beliefs, or actions towards an individual or group which might reasonably be known to be unwelcome. A single act or expression can constitute harassment, for example, if it is a serious violation. Harassment may be either subtle or blunt.

Hate Material

Includes literature, leaflets, posters, graffiti distributed (or sent by electronic means) to incite violence or hatred against an identifiable group and/or their property. The incitement of hatred or bias-motivated incidents against an identifiable group may include persons distinguished by their race, national or ethnic origin, language, colour, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation or other similar factor.

Racial Harassment

Means engaging in a course of vexatious comment or conduct pertaining to a person's race which is known, or is reasonably known, to be offensive, inappropriate, intimidating, hostile and unwelcome. Race refers to a group of people of common ancestry, distinguished from others by physical characteristics, such as colour of skin, shape of eyes, hair texture or facial features. The term is also used, at present, to designate social categories into which societies divide people according to such characteristics.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment occurs when a person receives unwelcome sexual attention from another person, whose comments or conduct are known or should reasonably be known to be offensive, inappropriate, intimidating, hostile and unwelcome. It also includes an environment in which sexist or homophobic jokes and materials are allowed.

Bullying

Aggressive and typically repeated behaviour (physical, verbal, electronic, written or other means) by a student where, (a) the behaviour is intended to have the effect of, or the student ought to know that the behaviour would likely have the effect of, i. causing harm, fear or distress to another individual, including physical, psychological, social or academic harm, harm to the individual's reputation or harm to the individual's property, or ii. creating a negative environment at a school for another individual, and (b) the behaviour occurs in a context where there is a real or perceived power imbalance between the student and the individual based on factors such as size, strength, age, intelligence, peer group power, economic status, social status, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, family circumstances, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, disability or the receipt of special education.

Inappropriate Use of Electronic Communications/Media

The intentional use of an electronic device or communication medium, such as, but not limited to, all features of a phone, a cell phone, digital camera, blackberry, e-mails, school hotlines, Web-based communication sites and print material, such as flyers, school newspapers and brochures, that negatively impact on the well-being of another person and/or the learning environment in accordance with the definition of Harassment (as set out above).

Threat to Inflict Serious Bodily Harm

A threat to cause death or serious bodily harm to a person. The term "threat", as used here, does not apply to situations in which no real threat was intended.

Robbery

A robbery occurs where a person uses violence or threats of violence to steal money or other property from a victim.

Firearm

Any barreled weapon from which any shot, bullet or other projectile can be discharged and that is capable to causing serious bodily injury or death to a person.

Refractory Conduct

Means resisting control or discipline, unmanageable, rebellious refusal to comply with or flagrant disregard of Board policy. A single act itself can constitute refractory conduct.