Online Safety – NetSmartz
— resources to help parents with kids and modern technology; program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
— Call or text 844-472-3367.
SafeOregon is a program created for Oregon students, parents, school staff, community members and law enforcement officers to report and respond to student safety threats. Call or text 844-472-336 or email email@example.com.
Bullying and Harassment
— resources and policies for preventing and addressing bullying concerns. Contact the school administration or Debbie Joa, Prevention and Protection Coordinator at 503-399-3061.
— information about the fingerprinting/criminal history check process as well as required training
Volunteering in Salem-Keizer Schools
— learn about volunteering opportunities and the steps for becoming a volunteer or mentor, including a link to the criminal history check forms and training documents
training provides valuable strategies for preventing child sexual abuse. Learn the facts about child sexual abuse as well as strategies for protecting children, talking with children and adults about prevention, and responding to concerns. Contact Liberty House at 971-599-5876 or access the training calendar through its iRespect & Protect website here.
iRespect&Protect helps children, youth, and adults recognize their self-worth and the influence of device use on their lives. Visit https://irespectandprotect.com/ and take the 5 steps to “respond to the call.” Continue reading about iRespect&Protect
Your student’s privacy and safety while using the internet is important to the Salem-Keizer school District. We would like to share with you how you can keep your child safe at home while using the internet and to protect their privacy. Continue reading about Internet Safety
La privacidad y seguridad de su estudiante mientras usa el Internet es importante para la comunidad de Salem-Keizer. Nos gustaría compartir con usted cómo puede mantener seguro a su hijo/a en casa mientras usa el Internet y como proteger su privacidad. Continue reading about Aprendizaje a distancia
Any time you suspect abuse, call. Don’t have many details?
Don’t know if it’s abuse?
Call. Call right now.
As a mandatory reporter, by law, you must make a report right away. For mandatory reporting rules see ORS 419B.005 to 0025 or the DHS website: www.oregon.gov/dhs
Information you will be asked for the report
Name, date of birth, race and gender for every adult and child involved.
Relationship of the alleged perpetrator to the child. When the next contact may be.
Contact info for those involved.
Description of the suspected abuse. Include any physical, mental or sexual injuries. Tell when and where.
Description of the child’s disability or special needs, if any.
Cultural or language considerations, ethnicity and American Indian or Alaska Native heritage.
Download the Child Abuse Reporting Card (PDF)
Salem-Keizer Public Schools promotes equal opportunity for all individuals without regard to age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion or creed, sex or gender, sexual orientation, or veteran status. For more information, please view our Nondiscrimination /Title IX policy here.