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Student Safety Resources

Student Safety Resources
The Kaufman Independent School District is dedicated to providing a safe and positive school climate and believes that all students have the right to learn in an environment free of harassment, bullying and violence.

The district continues to work with staff and community partners to prevent harassment and to foster supportive settings for all students, families and staff members.

We encourage you to explore the district's website, which provides important information about KISD policies that address bullying, harassment and violence, as well as resources for parents, students and educators.

School Safety Certificate

Helpful Links

Bullying Survey

This survey is for Kaufman ISD students.

Once you click on the link below, you will be required to sign-in using your Kaufman ISD Google account.

Click here to take the KISD Bullying Survey.

Reporting Procedures

If you believe you are a victim of bullying, sexual harassment, or dating violence, report this information to a campus administrator or other adult immediately. All allegations are taken seriously and will be investigated immediately.

Use a student incident report form to report bullying, prohibited harassment, including sexual harassment and dating violence, so that school officials may investigate and take appropriate steps to increase your safety.

Incident reports are available from any counselor or administrator. Once completed, the principal or designee will handle all incident reports. Parents/Students may also the links in resources tab for more assistance. 

KISD Student Incident Report

KISD Incident Report

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KISD Student Incident Report

Resources

Prevention Resources

Bullying

PACER'S National Bullying Prevention Center

Join the movement! The End of Bullying Begins with Me: that’s the message during PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Month in October. It’s a time when communities can unite nationwide to raise awareness of bullying prevention through events, activities, outreach, and education. Resources from PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center make it easy to take action.

Bullying and Substance Abuse: Who It Affects and Why

Studies also support the notion that aggressive behavior and substance use co-occur because each behavior is an attempt to cope with peer rejection. An extensive review of literature published in 2010 in School Psychology Quarterly supported the notion that risk factors for bullying and substance abuse overlap. Risk factors for bullying and bully victimization, such as social difficulties, negative community influences and academic struggles, are also risk factors for substance abuse.

Ditch the Label

We believe in a world that is fair, equal and free from all types of bullying.
Our mission is to combat bullying by tackling the root issues and to support young people aged 12-25 who are impacted. It is estimated that every 3 minutes at least one person will benefit from our support.

Stop Bullying

This website is a federal government website managed by the US Department of Health and Human Services that provides information and resources for students on bullying and cyberbullying.

Cyberbullying & Substance Abuse

Inpatient and Drug Rehab - Patient Advocacy Group
Posted by Walter Keenan, Ph.D. & David Cohen, M.D.

Suicide


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We're committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness.

You Matter

You Matter is a safe space for youth to discuss and share stories about mental health and wellness, created and administered by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. You Matter blog posts are written by a rotating Blogger Council of individuals between the ages of 13-24 that are passionate about suicide prevention and mental health.

You Matter is a movement to spread the word that your problems, your worries, your fears, and above all you—unique and real you—matter. And because just about everyone—at some point—hits the wall, we’re here to help.

If you need support, call 1-800-273-8255 or chat with the Lifeline.

Active Minds 

Active Minds has since become the premier organization impacting college students and mental health. Now on more than 600 campuses, we directly reach close to 600,000 students each year through campus awareness campaigns, events, advocacy, outreach, and more.

The Trevor Project

Our trained counselors are here to support you 24/7. If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call the TrevorLifeline now at 1-866-488-7386.

Internet Safety

FBI | Kids Safety

Safety tips for kids about using a computer both at home and at school.

Netsmartz | Internet Safety

NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline.

Web Wise

Webwise Kids provides unique and effective resources to equip young people to safely use and enjoy the latest technologies. The programs prepare kids to be their own first lines of defense so they can confidently explore the best that the Internet has to offer.

Dating Violence

Love is Respect

A collaboration between Break the Cycle and the National Dating Abuse Helpline, this site is a resource to engage, educate and empower youth and young adults to prevent and end abusive relationships.

That's Not Cool!

An interactive resource to help teens draw their digital line against hurtful and controlling behavior through cell phones and social networking.

Character Building


Random Acts of Kindness

The amazing effect of kindness.

Anonymous Tips

Anonymous Tips