Bullying & Harassment

Littleton Public Schools is committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment for all students. Definitions and interventions for bullying and harassment are specifically outlined in the LPS Code of Conduct and Board of Education Policies. Discriminatory harassment is also prohibited under civil rights legislation. It is the role of the school administrator to investigate allegations of bullying and determine the appropriate intervention, which may include disciplinary action. 

LPS schools employ a variety of programs to support positive school culture and prevent bullying and harassment. Some of these include Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), Sources of Strength, Second Step, In Focus, No Place for Hate, and others. Contact your child’s principal or school counseling office for more information on the specific programs utilized in each school.

Click here for how to REPORT SAFETY CONCERNS

Bullying and Peer Conflict Resources for Parents:
Relational Aggression Helpsheet
PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Website
Cyberbullying Research Center