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Nondiscrimination - Uniform Complaint - Harassment Bullying Intimidation


The Adelanto Elementary School District Board of Trustees is committed to providing equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination including discrimination against an individual or group based on race, color, ancestry, nationality, national origin, immigration status, ethnic group identification, ethnicity, age, religion, marital or parental status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

Click here to view Board Policy 0410 Nondiscrimination 

Non-Discrimination in Employment  BP 4030    AR 4030

Non-Discrimination/Harassment for Students   BP 5145.3   AR 5145.3


For questions or complaints, contact:

Equity Compliance Officer:

Dr. Tasha Doizan, Assistant Superintendent of Academic Services

11824 Air Expressway, Adelanto, CA 92301


Title IX Coordinator:

Carlos Moran, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

11824 Air Expressway, Adelanto, CA 92301


Section 504 Coordinator:

Carol Coburn, Director of Academic Services

11824 Air Expressway, Adelanto, CA 92301 




Board Policy 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Procedures   English    

Board Policy 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Procedures   SPANISH

 Administrative Regulation 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Procedures  English

Administrative Regulation 1312.3 Uniform Complaint Procedures  SPANISH

Uniform Complaint Form      English    Spanish






Adelanto Elementary School District recognizes the harmful effects of bullying on student well-being, student learning, and school attendance and desires to provide safe school environments that protect students from physical and emotional harm.

AESD  Board Policy 5131.2 Bullying

           Administrative Regulation 5131.2 Bullying


How to Report Harassment, Bullying or Intimidation


Students are encouraged to notify school staff when they are being bullied or suspect that another student is being victimized. In addition, the Superintendent or designee shall develop means for students to report threats or incidents confidentially and anonymously.

School staff who witness bullying shall immediately intervene to stop the incident when it is safe to do so.
(Education Code 234.1)

When appropriate, the Superintendent or designee shall notify the parents/guardians of victims and perpetrators. He/she also may involve school counselors, mental health counselors, and/or law enforcement.

Complaints and Investigation

Students may submit to a teacher or administrator a verbal or written complaint of conduct they consider to be bullying. Complaints of bullying shall be investigated and resolved in accordance with the district's uniform complaint procedures specified in AR 1312.3 - Uniform Complaint Procedures. (cf. 1312.3 - Uniform Complaint Procedures)

When a student is reported to be engaging in bullying off campus, the Superintendent or designee shall investigate and document the activity and shall identify specific facts or circumstances that explain the impact or potential impact on school activity, school attendance, or the targeted student's educational performance.

When the circumstances involve cyberbullying, individuals with information about the activity shall be encouraged to save and print any electronic or digital messages that they feel constitute cyberbullying and to notify a teacher, the principal, or other employee so that the matter may be investigated.

When a student uses a social networking site or service to bully or harass another student, the Superintendent or designee shall file a request with the networking site or service to suspend the privileges of the student and to have the material removed.

Please contact your child's school administrator to report the incident or use the link below to complete a Bullying Report Form.

Harassment/Bullying/Intimidation Report form: CLICK HERE

If you have any questions, please contact the Coordinator of Student Services at (760) 246-8691.


What is Bullying/Cyber-Bullying?

Bullying is defined as the harassment of students, intimidation, a hazing or initiation activity, ridicule, extortion, or any other verbal, written, electronic communication, or physical conduct, repeated over time, that causes or threatens to cause bodily harm or emotional suffering, creates a hostile learning environment, or disrupts the normal operation of a school, classroom, or school related activity.

Cyber-bullying includes the transmission of harassing communications, direct threats, or other harmful texts, sounds, or images on the internet, social media, or other technologies using a telephone, computer, or any wireless communication device. Cyber-bullying also includes breaking into another person’s electronic account and assuming that person’s identity in order to damage that person’s reputation.

Adelanto Elementary School District uses Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports and Restorative Practices to intervene and help eliminate bullying and cyber-bullying.  

If you suspect that your student is being bullied or cyberbullied, remember that we are here to help!

While we continue focusing on these systemic changes, we remain committed to protecting students who are harassed, intimidated, or bullied by taking immediate steps to intervene.  We hope you will join us in our commitment to create learning communities where all students are respected, welcomed, empowered, and supported. Here is more information and resources for parents, students, and staff.

Anti-Bullying Resources from the California Department of Education


Keenan Bullying Recognition and Responses


What is Bullying? What is not Bullying?

A video for parents and students.



Cyberbullying happens when children bully each other through electronic technology. Cyberbullying takes place over digital devices like cell phone, computers, and tablets. It can occur through SMS, text, or online in social media. Cyberbullying includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false, or mean content about someone else. It can include sharing personal information about someone else causing embarrassment or humiliation. Some cyberbullying crosses the line into unlawful criminal behavior.

Learn more about Cyberbullying 

Is it Cyberbullying?

Cyberbullying Resources for Parents

Cyberbullying: identification, Prevention, and Response Booklet



Social media is any digital technology that allows people to share ideas, information and thoughts via online communities and networks. Social media provides students with multiple ways to connect virtually with others (family, friends/peers, members of interest groups, and even strangers). The list of social media platforms used by students is growing and is always changing. Here is a list of some of the most popular platforms:

  • Instagram
  • Snapchat
  • Tik Tok
  • You Tube
  • Meetup

Most Popular Social Media Apps

The eSafety Commissioner can provide information on these apps, including the latest information on their security and terms of use.



The ease of creating, posting, and sharing content creates equal opportunities for students to have both positive and negative experiences online.While most students will use social media safely and experience its benefits, some might make negative choices. It is important to engage students in an honest and open dialogue about their use of social media, and to be well informed in order to help students use social media safely. 



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