Bullying and Harassment Information

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If you or someone you know has experienced harassment, intimidation, or bullying at school, you may make a referral to have the incident(s) investigated by the district. Any student, parent/guardian, or school employee may complete this online form. To fill out a bullying form, please select your school from the choices below:

Bullying Forms

Decatur Middle School Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Forms

Decatur Central High School Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Forms

District and Individual School Non-discrimination Officer Contact Information

District Non-discrimination Coordinators
Dr. Stephanie Hofer, Assistant Superintendent

Mr. Michael Nehring, Director of Human Resources

5275 Kentucky Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana 46221
317-856-5265

Additional information from the Indiana Department of Education on preventing and reporting bullying click here.

Tom Wachnicki
Principal
Decatur Central High School

Paryis Miller
New Tech Director
Decatur Central High School

Amanda Harrison
New Tech Director
Decatur Central High School

Gale Stone
Q & I Director
Decatur Central High School

Octavia Stovall
APEX Director
Decatur Middle School

Adam Allen
Principal
Blue Academy

Chris Griffin
Explorations Director
Decatur Middle School

Jennifer Pearson
Principal
Stephen Decatur

Susan Strube
Principal
West Newton

Jay Lovell
Principal
Lynwood Elementary

George Sims
Choice Director
Decatur Central High School

Christine Mullis
EDGE Director
Decatur Central High School

Matt Weimer
Principal
Decatur Township School for Excellence

Dustin Criswell
Principal
Decatur Middle School

Rachel Blumke
Imagine Director 
Decatur Middle School

John Morse
Global Director 
Decatur Middle School

Janica Humphries
Principal
Gold Academy

Marissa Richey
Principal
Valley Mills

Susan Bryant
Director
Liberty Preschool

MSD Decatur Township District Handbooks

 

English Versions of Policies

Spanish Versions of Policies

Training

MSD Decatur staff training is done through Safe Schools. The course is called "Bullying: Recognition and Response". It is a requirement for all staff and must be taken every year.

It is the Board’s commitment to provide a safe, positive, productive and nurturing educational environment for all of its students. Any individual who believes a student has been or is the victim of discrimination, bullying, or harassment should report the situation to the building principal or designee or complete the School District’s Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying report form.

Title IX Documents