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Say "NO" to bullying at
Arbor View High School
An estimated 160,000 students miss school every day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students. Arbor View High School and the Clark County School District are committed to providing students with a safe and respectful learning environment in which persons of differing beliefs, characteristics, and backgrounds can realize their full academic and personal potential.
Arbor View High School and the Clark County School District will not tolerate bullying, cyberbullying, harassment, and/or intimidation of any type.
REPORTING A BULLY
In an effort to make it safe and easy to notify our administrative staff, we are providing a link to the district's bully reporting form. Click the button below to submit a report. When information is submitted at the end of the form, a copy will be delivered to our CCSD system and will ONLY be viewed by an administrator and/or counselor.
A report form may be submitted at any time; however, please be aware that any submittals from this e-mail form will ONLY BE READ during the school hours of 8 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.
REPORTS WILL NOT BE READ:
- During any hours outside the school hours of 8am to 2:20pm
- During any day that is a school district holiday, including extended breaks and summer vacation.
- On Saturdays or Sundays
If an email address or phone number is submitted, an administrator or counselor will contact you within three school days to confirm that the email was received and to get more information as appropriate.
To better assist the school to investigate and address an incidence of bullying, please include the name or physical description of the bully. An administrator will investigate the report to the fullest extent possible with the details provided in the report and will apply consequences as appropriate. The extent and nature of any disciplinary consequences cannot be shared with the reporting person.
This form is not intended to report emergencies.
IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY.
Report a Bully
You may also report a bully by calling the school at 799-6660 x4500. Incidents of bullying and harassment may also be reported to a teacher, counselor, administrator or another trusted adult.