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Pomperaug Regional School District #15 is committed to creating and maintaining a physically, emotionally, and intellectually safe educational environment free from bullying, teen dating violence, harassment and discrimination.  

To report a Suspected Bullying Behavior or Suspected Teen Dating Violence Incident:

All suspected incidents of Bullying or Teen Dating Violence may be reported via the form below or is available for download here

All reports may be made anonymously and are available to students, parents/guardians,  staff members and others who wish to report an incident.


Name of Person Reporting Behaviorrequired
First Name
Last Name
Reporter's Email Address
Today's Daterequired
Must contain a date in M/D/YYYY format
To whom was the behavior targeted?required
Who is this report filed against?required
Relationship of reporter to targetrequired
Example: self, parent, friend, sibling, etc.
Which school(s) do the students involved attend?Please select up to 7 choices
Please select up to 7 choices
Date of Incidentrequired
Must contain a date in M/D/YYYY format
Location of Incidentrequired
Time of Incident
Report in detail what you saw or heard. Include information about the incident, participants, background to the incident, and all attempts you have made to resolve the problem. Note relevant dates, times, and places.required
Names of witnesses to the behavior. If witnesses are NOT school district staff or students, please provide name(s) and contact information for those witnesses (name, address, phone)required
Have there been previous mean behaviors?
Would you like to talk confidentially with someone?requiredPlease select up to 1 choice
Please select up to 1 choice

safe school climate committee

Jeromy Nelson, District Safe School Climate Coordinator

District-wide and school-based Safe School Climate Committees have been established to further foster safe, engaging learning environments in every Region 15 school. The District Safe School Climate Plan represents a comprehensive approach to address bullying, teen dating violence, and cyberbullying, as well as “mean behavior,” and sets forth the Board of Education's expectations for creating a positive school climate and thus preventing, intervening, and responding to incidents of bullying, harassment, or mean behavior. 

Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Information