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Report Bullying

 

no-bullying signCentennial High School believes that all students have a right to a safe and healthy school environment and will not tolerate behavior that infringes on the safety of any student. In an effort to raise awareness on this issue, CHS and the KHSD have provided this portal with helpful information for students, parents, and administrators.

 

Leave an Anonymous Tip

If you would like to leave an anonymous tip about something happening at Centennial High School, please call our Anonymous Tip Line: (661) 588-8678.

 

Official KHSD Bullying Policy

 

Complaint Process

The first step in the complaint process for a bullying incident includes immediate contact with the Dean of Students (email).  If this fails to bring about a resolution, the Assistant Principal (email) or Principal (email) should be notified.  If the complainant student or parent/guardian of the student feels that an appropriate resolution of the investigation or complaint has not been reached, the student or parent/guardian of the student should contact the KHSD Office of Pupil Personnel Services.  If this fails to bring about a resolution, the complainant may complete a written complaint form detailing the incident and what needs to be done to bring a resolution to the concern.  This will be submitted to the School Community Liaison Officer who will direct it to the appropriate Uniform Complaint Officer for follow-up investigation under the Uniform Complaint Procedures (BP/AR 1312.3).

If someone’s life is in danger, CALL 911!

Below you will find information from StopBullying.gov about the types of bullying, how it effects you and our community, and helpful resources for learning more about how we can maintain a safe and healthy school environment together.

What is bullying?

Cyber Bullying

Who is at risk?

Considerations for Specific Groups

Prevent Bullying

Respond to Bullying

 

 
 
 

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