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At Scottsbluff Public Schools we are dedicated to providing a safe and secure learning environment for all of your children and our students. We believe in partnering with our parents and the community to combat drugs, weapons, or other factors which may be harmful to the school environment. Scottsbluff Public Schools has made online incident reporting available to students and parents for many years and we are excited to partner with Scottsbluff and Gering Police, the Scotts Bluff County Sheriff's Department, WNCC and all other schools in Scotts Bluff County to adopt a comprehensive incident reporting system, the See It, Say It, Send it App. Students, parents, teachers, and community members can download the app and hold anonymous two-way conversations with school and law enforcement officials as well as submit pictures of videos with their reports of suspicious activity.
In the event of an emergency, students can also receive broadcast notifications specific to a geographic location. By working together, we can help prevent incidents from occurring and ensure the safety and security of our students. Students and parents can report:
- Possession of Weapons
- Drugs or Alcohol
- School Vandalism
- Physical Assault
- Threats of Violence
- Suicide Risk
This is not an emergency reporting system. If you have an urgent matter, please immediately dial 911. If you or your child has a question or concern in regards to this program please contact your local school building. Together, we can help stop school crises before they happen!
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"The Scottsbluff Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any educational program or activity that it operates. The District is required by Title IX (20 U.S.C. § 1681) and 34 CFR Part 106 not to discriminate in such a manner. This requirement not to discriminate also applies to admission and employment. Any inquiries about the application of Title IX may be referred to the District Title IX Coordinator, to the Assistant Secretary of the Office of Civil Rights, or both. "
Wendy Kemling, Title IX Coordinator
1722 1st Ave Scottsbluff NE, 69361
firstname.lastname@example.org (308) 635-6200
"For information regarding the Scottsbluff Public School District procedure for complaints of sexual harassment including the complaint process, how to file a report or a complaint of sexual harassment, how to file a formal complaint of sexual harassment, and how the District will respond to such complaints see Board Policy 504.24 (expected approval date Sept 2020) located at sbps.net.