Williamson County Schools is committed in its fight against bullying. In the 2013-2014 School year the district unveiled a new anti-bullying tip line. Parents and students are encouraged to call the tip line if they have witnessed or know of instances of bullying.
The toll free number is 1-855-284-0669. Incidents can also be reported via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We are committed to making Williamson County Schools a safe place for all students,” said Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney. “Bullying is unacceptable behavior that affects a student’s ability to focus on learning and to succeed in the classroom and beyond. We hope parents and students will use these resources and help us put an end to bullying.”
As always, students or parents who have been bullied or witnessed bullying should immediately report such incidents to the school principal.
Williamson County Schools is continuing its fight against bullying with the help of a video series starring WCS students. Over the summer, the district enlisted the help of several BE NICE student ambassadors to tape three Public Service Announcements which are based on true stories from WCS students who have experienced bullying. The PSA’s are titled “Be a Friend, Step In” and can be seen below.