• Johnston County Public Schools strives to create a safe, orderly, caring and inviting school environment to facilitate student learning and achievement. If your child or another child has been bullied or harassed, please report the incident to an administrator, counselor, or teacher immediately.

    The Johnston County Board of Education will not tolerate any form of harassment or bullying in any of its educational settings. In order to help all students and parents feel comfortable reporting incidents of bullying, Johnston County Public Schools has a program that offers the opportunity to report incidents online 24 hours a day/7 days a week. 

    Report Bullying

    If you or another student at your school has been bullied or harassed, use this form to report the incident. Your concerns will be addressed by a school administrator in a timely manner.

    The incident you are reporting must meet the Board of Education’s definition of bullying and/or harassment. For purposes of this policy, the following definitions apply:

    Policy Code: 4225 Bullying And Harassment Policy: Prohibition Against Harassment And Bullying
    Policy Code: 4226 Student Use of Social Networking Sites, Blogging, and the Internet
    Cyber-Bullying is a criminal offense in North Carlolina.

    This is an additional tool for the school to use in order to help all students feel safe; however, it does not replace the existing measures already in existence at your school. Please see an administrator or guidance counselor if you have questions or require additional information.