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NC Academic Scholars Program

27 days ago

The State Board of Education has designated that students who complete the requirements for a well balanced, challenging high school program will be named North Carolina Academic Scholars.
The qualified students will:
* be designated by the State Board of Education as North Carolina Academic Scholars
* receive a seal of recognition attached to their diploma
* receive special recognition at graduation exercises
* be eligible to use this special recognition in applying to post-secondary institutions
Click the link for more information.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Your life matters!

No matter what problems you are dealing with, we want to help you find a reason to keep living. By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.

Counseling Resources

27 days ago

Suicide Prevention Center:  National Suicide Hotline - 877-273-8255

Rape/Sexual  Assault Center:  Families Living Violence Free - 919-693-5700

Domestic Violence Hotline:  Families Living Violence Free - 919-693-5700

Child Abuse Hotline:  Granville County Child Protective Services - 919-693-1511

Police:  911

Paramedic Emergency Medical Services Unit:  911

Mental Health Crisis:  Cardinal Innovations - 800-939-5911 or 252-430-1330

Hospital Emergency Services:  Granville Health System Emergency - 919-690-3000

Emergency Shelters:  Harbour House - 919-690-1977

Medical Clinic:  Granville-Vance Public Health - 919-693-2141

AIDS Information and Testing Sites:  Granville-Vance Public Health - 919-693-2141

Children's Services Offices:  DSS (Department of Social Services) - 919-693-1511

Granville County School Student Services:  Dr. Tonya Thomas - 919-693-4613

Substance Abuse Counseling:  Cardinal Innovations - 800-939-5911 or 252-430-1330

Alcoholics Anonymous:  919-286-9499

Mental Health Association:  P&W Group - 919-603-1740

Legal Assistance/Victim-Witness Assistance:  Legal Aid of NC - 866-219-6262

Probation Officers:  Probation Department - 919-693-3261

Bullying and Harassment

27 days ago

Bullying and Harassment 

State law Senate Bill 526 and our Board Policy 1720/4015/7225

This policy prohibits unlawful discrimination, harassment and bullying by students, employees, volunteers, and visitors. “Visitors” includes persons, agencies, vendors, contractors and organizations doing business with or performing services for the school system anywhere that is considered school (i.e. bus stop, extra curricula activities)

   a.  Harassment or bullying behavior is any pattern of gestures or written, electronic or verbal communications, or any physical act or any threatening communication that:
        1) places a student or school employee in actual and reasonable fear of harm to his or her person or damage to his or her property; or 
        2) creates or is certain to create a hostile environment by substantially interfering with or impairing a student's educational performance, opportunities or benefits.  
1.  REPORT IT!  There are several ways to report bullying at school.  The fastest, most effective way to report bullying is to tell an administrator or a counselor.  If a student calls you a name, you should tell the closest adult.  BUT if you are the victim of bullying, harassment, and/or discrimination you should tell a counselor or an administrator as soon as possible.
     If you do not feel comfortable telling an administrator or a counselor you may report the bullying in an anonymous manner by:
        *Putting the information in your school's Bully Box. (Webb SHLS has a box labeled "Confidential Notes" outside the teachers' copying room).
        *Calling or texting Deputy O'Briant (Webb Campus SRO) at 919-691-1472.
     Please note that it is important to report the incident as soon as possible so that the school's officials are able to investigate the complaint while the incidents are still fresh in the student's minds.
2. Counselors/Administrators will conference with the victim and give him/her several different options.  Possible options may include:  
     a) filing a "formal complaint" with the administration
     b) mediation with the perpetrator
     c) discuss strategies to avoid the bullying
At the conclusion of the conference, the victim will be instructed to immediately report any further acts of bullying to the same counselor/administrator.  At that time a formal complaint will be filed and the administration will launch a formal investigation.