Bullying, Harassment, Discrimination, and Student Safety at STEM
We are pleased to participate in the "Stay Safe - Speak Up!" Student hotline. Students can use the hotline to report incidents of bullying, harassment, discrimination, or abuse anonymously by phone or text message. Our goal is to create an Accepting Culture for Everyone (A.C.E.), and we strive to ensure our students have a warm, welcoming atmosphere in which to learn.
Bullying Incident Report for 2018/2019
In compliance with the Ohio Revised Code, DRSS must report the number of incidents of bullying, harassment, and intimidation which resulted in disciplinary action. These are reported semi-annually at the Regular Meeting of the Dayton Regional STEM School Governing Board.
Below you can find the current number of incidents of bullying, harassment, and intimidation for grades 6-12 during the 2018/19 school year as of October 2018.
Bullying - 0
Intimidation - 0
Harassment - 2
Please click the Stay Safe Speak Up! button for instructions on how to make a report via phone or text.
Bullying, Harassment, Discrimination, and Student Safety Policy
In compliance with federal and state law, the Dayton Regional STEM School has adopted a number of policies on bullying, harassment, and discrimination.
The documents below supersede any other documents in existence.
The Compliance Officers for all DRSS Anti-Harassment, 504 Disability Discrimination, and Equal Employment Opportunity policies at the school are Jessica Short (High School Principal) and Andrew Sears (Middle School Principal). Below is their contact information:
1724 Woodman Drive
Kettering, OH 45420
Dayton Regional STEM School Policy Against Discrimination and Unlawful Harassment
Section 504 (Prohibition Against Disability Discrimination) Board Policies