Student Safety Resources

Healthy Student Boundaries

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Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment and Unsafe Relationships: Information and Resources for Students

These resources were developed in collaboration with students at McNary and Sprague High School.

Have you experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, sex trafficking or an unsafe relationship? Are you concerned about a friend who has experienced abuse?

You are not alone. 

School staff are here to support you. We encourage you to talk with a school administrator, school counselor, school social worker, or another trusted adult.

Here to listen

Most importantly, we are here to listen and support you. The school administrator, counselor or social worker will talk with you about your safety and your needs. You will have immediate resources so that you can feel safe in the community and at school.

Here to support

Staff will meet with you to discuss your needs related to the educational environment and how we can support you at school and in school-related activities.

Here to discuss

If the concern occurred at school or may have an impact on the educational environment then it likely violates school district policy and needs to be investigated. The school administrator will talk with you about the steps they will take to investigate and support you during the process.

Here to inform

All school employees are mandatory reporters and may need to make a report to law enforcement or the Oregon Department of Human Services depending on the situation. Please talk with a school employee if you have any questions or concerns about mandatory reporting.

Here to protect

District policy protects students who report safety concerns in good faith. This means that you will not be disciplined for reporting sexual harassment, sexual assault, sex trafficking or relationship abuse, even if during the course of the incident you engaged in something that would otherwise be considered against school policy (such as consuming drugs or alcohol). This is to ensure that students can report without fear of consequences or retaliation for doing so.

What happens when you make a report to school staff?

Download the information above in PDF format

https://salkeiz.k12.or.us/wp-content/uploads/documents/healthy-boundaries-reporting-en.pdf

To Report Concerns

If you or a loved one are in imminent danger, have recently been assaulted, and/or are in need of medical attention, please call 9-1-1.

SafeOregon

Report bullying, sexual harassment, violence or potential harm to a school or to a student by submitting a tip 24-7.

Oregon Child Abuse Hotline

Call 1-855-503-SAFE (1-855-503-7233). A 24-7 hotline for reporting concerns of abuse or neglect of a child/youth.

Local Law Enforcement

reporting a concern over the phone

Survivor Resources

This web page is for students who are looking for information and resources for themselves or for a family member or friend. The content on this page was created with input from Salem-Keizer students. If you have concerns about someone’s immediate safety, please call 9-1-1. For other situations, please reach out to a trusted adult and/or contact one of the agencies below.

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Title IX/Nondiscrimination Policy

Salem-Keizer Public Schools recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups.

It is the policy of Salem-Keizer Public Schools that there will be no discrimination or harassment of individuals or groups based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, marital status, age, veterans’ status, genetic information or disability in any educational programs, activities or employment.

District meeting locations are accessible to persons with disabilities. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired, or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities, should be made at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

Complaints and inquires can be made directly to a school administrator or to the District office staff below.

Title IX Coordinator

John Beight, Executive Director
Human Resources
2450 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, OR 97305
503-399-3061
beight_john@salkeiz.k12.or.us

Assistant Title IX Coordinator

Debbie Joa, Prevention and Protection Coordinator
Human Resources
2450 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, OR 97305
503-399-3061
joa_debbie@salkeiz.k12.or.us

Contact Protection and Prevention Department