Confidential Bullying Reporting



Safety is no accident and in the School District of North Fond du Lac we know the foundation of safe schools and society is about relationships and respect. The District is dedicated creating authentic, positive relationships through the “Oriole Way,” which is focused on being Ready, Respectful and Safe. Positive relationships and the Oriole Way are they key to making everyone feeling as safe as possible. The word respect has many definitions, but the one we use in our District is “treating someone as they are valuable.” Sometimes people forget this definition and are purposefully mean to others and treat them very poorly. These actions sometimes rise to the level of “Bullying.” Our Board polices define bullying as “deliberate or intentional behavior that involves an imbalance of power. Bullying may be motivated by an actual or perceived distinguishing characteristic, such as, but not limited to age, national origin, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical attributes, physical or mental ability or disability, and social, economic or family status.” The difference between someone being mean and inconsiderate and bullying is sometimes blurred and difficult to distinguish. It is a sad reality of life that people have been, are and will continue to use mean bullying tactics. The Districts wants to make sure that we can address all instances of bullying and have created another way for people to report bullying incidents. With information, we can then work together with the victim, families, the “bully” and community to hold people accountable, protect all and foster a culture that is Ready, Respectful and Safe! The District has developed and will start to use a new form called the “Bullying Confidential OnLine Incident Report.” The form is available on the District website (www.nfdl.k12.wi.us) and in the building offices. We hope this form helps people feel more comfortable reporting incidents that bullying is taking place. Please also know that at any time if a student is feeling bullied in school that he/she, the parents, friends, or anyone can always report these incidents to an adult in the school and the situation will be addressed. Together we can make a difference and create a culture that does not tolerated bullying and support the respectful, caring relationships that are essential to learning and growing.

Sincerely,
Aaron Sadoff - Superintendent




Please contact one of the following with any questions or concerns


Friendship Learning Center
LuAnn Urban                  Counselor                 920-929-3757 or lurban@nfdlschools.org
Kerri jo Patten                 Principal                   920-929-3757 or kpatten@nfdlschools.org

Bessie Allen Middle School
Kim Broten                     Counselor                920-929-3754 or kbroten@nfdlschools.org
Jenny Stahl                     Counselor                920-929-3754 or jstahl@nfdlschools.org
 Mike Gonzalez               Principal                   920-929-3754 or mgonzalez@nfdlschools.org
Horace Mann High School
Jill Goebel                      Counselor                920-929-3740 or jgoebel@nfdlschools.org
Jenny Stahl                     Counselor                920-929-3754 or jstahl@nfdlschools.org
Samantha Freimund      Principal                  920-929-3757 or sfreimund@nfdlschools.org
District Office
Aaron Sadoff                 Superintendent        920-929-3750, 920-920-539-7151 or asadoff@nfdlschools.org


Bullying Confidential
Incident Report                               
Download form fill out and mail or return to school office.                                                                      

Bully Confidential Reporting Form




   






Bullying Confidential Incident Report
Print form fill out and mail or return to school office.