The San Ramon Valley Unified School District believes that our students and staff have the right to be free of bullying, threats, intimidation and harassment while on our campuses or participating in or being associated with any school/district related activity.
Bullying is defined as intentionally aggressive behavior, repeated over time, that involves an imbalance of power. This could apply to physical, verbal, sexual, social, racial, LGBTQ, disability, or cyberbullying. We also recognize that such behavior is not confined to schools. Whether the behavior takes place at home, in the community, or online, the harmful effects of inappropriate behavior, including threats and bullying, can be felt on our campuses.
(Formerly known as the Anonymous Tipline)
SRVUSD is committed to partnering with our families, students, staff and community to provide an effective way to take action.
In our District, we tell our community that “if you see something, or know something, say something.” If you have witnessed bullying, are a victim of threats or bullying, or are aware of or concerned about threats or bullying incidents that might take place, please report the information. You may file the report using our anonymous tip line, by calling the school or district, or reporting in person to any staff member. Every school webpage has a site-specific link to the CareLine form located in the top header section.
If you are or anyone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, please call 1-800-273-8255.
When you make a report using the CareLine anonymous tip and bully report, you can remain anonymous, or you have the option to identify yourself and communicate with the administration.
Anonymous tip line reports are received by administration when they are filed and are reviewed as soon as possible. All reports are taken seriously and are acted upon in a timely manner. As each incident is different, each will warrant a different reaction and timeline for action.
By submitting the online report, you declare under the laws of the State of California that your enclosed statements are true and correct.
For those who feel threatened or know of someone who feels threatened by violence, the Contra Costa Crisis Center has set up a hotline with access to counselors 7 days a week.