Washinton-Nile Hazing, Harassment, and Bullying Policy

"The prohibition against hazing, dating violence, harassment, intimidation or bullying is publicized in student handbooks and in the publications that set the standard of conduct for schools and students in the District. In addition, information regarding the policy is incorporated into employee handbooks and training materials."

 

The staff at the Washington-Nile Local School District takes hazing, harassment, and bullying very seriously.  Any reported incidents are investigated according to our district Bullying Policy and state guidelines.  Below are the number of reported bullying incidents for the current and previous school years.  All reported incidents are counted, but not all reported incidents represent confirmed cases of bullying or harassment.  For more information about Washington-Nile Bullying Policy, see link below.

 

2011-2012 Highschool Middle School
1st Semester 3 1
2nd Semester 0 4

 

2012-2013 Highschool Middle School
1st Semester 4 2
2nd Semester 0 3

 

2013-2014 Highschool Middle School
1st Semester 0 0
2nd Semester 2 6

 

2014-2015 Highschool Middle School
1st Semester 0 3
2nd Semester 3 3

 

2015-2016 Highschool Middle School
1st Semester 0 1
2nd Semester 4 6

 

2016-2017 Highschool Middle School Elementary School
1st Semester 0 3 4
2nd Semester 4 5 3

 

2017-2018 Highschool Middle School Elementary School
1st Semester 1 6 2
2nd Semester 3 3 3

 

2018-2019 Highschool Middle School Elementary School
1st Semester  13 5 3
2nd Semester      

 

    Washington-Nile Hazing, Harassment, and Bullying Policy

 

Washington-Nile Non-Discrimination Statement

   Washington-Nile Non-Discrimination Statement

 

 Washington-Nile One-to-One Program Policy

The mission of the One-to-One Program in the Washington-Nile Local School District is to create a collaborative, engaging, and technology-rich learning environment for all our students. By providing digital tools to individual students, we empower students to become self-directed, engage more fully with the course material, and become responsible, life-long learners and users of technology. This policy outlines the responsibilities of each party that is participating in the One-to-One Program: the student, and the parent(s)/guardian(s), and the School District.

   Washington-Nile One-to-One Program Policy

 

Washington-Nile Acceptable Use Policy

The Washington-Nile Local School District understands the importance of technology in an education environment. Technology provides users with the ability to communicate more effectively, participate in meaningful discussions on diverse topics, collaborate on projects, and access enormous databases of information. These capabilities make technology a valuable educational resource to both students and staff in our district. The goals of the Washington-Nile Local School District in providing technology services is to promote educational excellence in our schools by modeling and facilitating the proper use of technology among our students and staff.

   Washington-Nile Acceptable Use Policy

 

District Compliance Officers

Eric G. Nichols, 740-858-3951
Alison Sayre, 740-858-1116

District