How to Be and Stay Safe

Stop BullyingThe Carson City School District supports and enforces a Safe and Respectful Learning Environment free from Bullying or Cyber-Bullying in order to provide a learning environment that is safe and respectful, in which persons of differing beliefs, characteristics,and backgrounds can realize their full academic and personal potential.

Stop BullyingThe Carson City School District declares that any form of bullying or cyber-bullying is prohibited and will not be tolerated.

In addition, the Carson City School District Utilizes Social and Emotional Learning to support students to make the most of every day by empowering them with the skills, knowledge, values and opportunities to thrive. Click here to learn more about Social and Emotional Learning. Or click here to report.SafeVoice

What is Bullying
Bullying occurs when someone repeatedly, and on purpose, says or does mean or hurtful things to another person who has a hard time defending themselves. Or it could be a single, severe or a willful act. 

Stop BullyingHow to Report Bullying & Harassment Concerns?

  • Defining Bullying & Harassment. Ensure the concern is truly bullying or harassment, by the district's definition
  • Contact the School. Please let the teacher or school administrator know your concerns. 
  • Within 24-hours. You will be contacted within 24-hours by a school administrator to follow-up. 
  • Response from the School. Within 2 days, our response to your concerns will be provided and next steps will be initiated to those involved. 




CCSD Resource Flyer 
NDOE Bullying Law Flyer
NDOE Bullying Law Flyer Spanish
NDOE Bullying Resource Flyer  
NDOE Bullying Resource Flyer Spanish
Letter to Students from SafeVoice

This is not an inclusive list of resources. If there are other resources, programs and information that you think are useful please email them to [email protected].