Hello David Douglas Community,
The student Presidential Council at David Douglas High School met this morning with DDHS and District administrators. Among the topics that students discussed were policies and procedures around sexual harassment/assault, the teaching of Erin’s Law (healthy relationships) Lessons and available resources.
Among the resources mentioned was SafeOregon. The high school has posters placed around the school with QR codes that allow students to report a wide variety of bullying, harassment, threats and other concerns. So we thought this was a good time to remind our families and community about SafeOregon, its purpose and how to access it.
All schools in the David Douglas School District are connected with SafeOregon. Tips about unsafe situations from students are processed through SafeOregon and sent to a trained staff member at the reporting student’s school.
SafeOregon is a program created for Oregon students, parents, school staff, community members and law enforcement officers to report and respond to bullying, racism, discrimination, harassment, violence, threats and drug concerns. District administrators have been trained in how to use it, and a trusted staff member from each school has been selected to receive tips concerning their schools that were provided via SafeOregon. Remember that in the case of an immediate emergency, call 9-1-1.