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See Something, Say Something

To report an immediate threat, call 911.

The safety and security of our students, teachers, and staff members is our number one priority at Chapel Hill ISD. We believe in creating a safe environment at all of our campuses and facilities so each child can explore their passions and reach their unlimited potential. 

Chapel Hill ISD wants all students, parents, and staff to feel comfortable coming forward if they know of a threat against students, staff, or CHISD facilities, or believe someone is troubled or acting in a way that seems unsafe or unhealthy. If you overhear something, notice strange behaviors, or see a concerning post on social media - please speak up.  

“See Something, Say Something”

Students and parents can make an anonymous report that will immediately alert our district safety team about bullying, harassment, discrimination, personal safety concerns, and threats against others.

Our hope is to allow a safe place for students to anonymously share their concerns about social and mental well-being and to notify campus administration of potentially dangerous behavior.  We want students to use the Incident/Bullying Report Form below when they need help and aren't ready or comfortable asking for help in person. Students should take their reporting very seriously.  

Chapel Hill ISD Bullying Policy

A safe and civil environment is needed for students to learn and attain high academic standards and to promote healthy human relationships. The purpose of the Chapel Hill Independent School District’s policy on bullying is to assist the district in its goal of preventing and responding to acts of bullying, intimidation, violence, and other similar disruptive behavior. An act of bullying, by either an individual student or a group of students, is expressly prohibited on district property or at school-related functions. This policy applies not only to students who directly engage in an act of bullying but also to students who, by their indirect behavior, condone or support another student’s act of bullying. More information about the district’s bullying policy can be found at FFI (LOCAL) of board policy or the campus administration office.