It is the policy of QACPS to prohibit bullying, harassment, and intimidation of any person on the school property, at school-sponsored functions, or by the use of electronic technology at a public school. It is also the policy of QACPS to prohibit reprisal or retaliation against individuals who report acts of bullying, harassment, and intimidation or who are victims, witnesses, bystanders, or others with reliable information about an act of bullying, harassment, and intimidation.
Parents, students, and any stakeholders are welcome to contact Miss Maggie Everngam, school counselor, at 410-643-3194 or Miss Everngam
by email with any concerns about students' well-being. Potential bullying, harassment, and intimidation situations will be discussed and addressed immediately.
QACPS has launched an online reporting system for reporting incidents of bullying, harassment, and intimidation by parents, students, teachers, and other school staff. This reporting system is an online version of the official bullying, harassment, and intimidation form that is available at all schools. The online version does not replace the form that is available; it is simply another way to report an incident to QACPS. If you have any questions about the online reporting system, please contact Mr. Matt Evans, Supervisor of Student Services, at 410-758-8216 or matthew.evans @qacps.org