If you wish to report an incident of sexual harassment or discrimination by an SFUSD employee, please contact Human Resources (Talent Management: Greg John, (415) 241-6101 (ext 1230)/email@example.com). If you complete this form regarding conduct of an SFUSD employee, the information will be forwarded to Mr. John.
Definitions and Examples:
●Sexual Harassment: is defined as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature, made by someone from or in the educational setting. (Education Code 48900.2) ○Examples: •Verbal: Insults, name-calling, and offensive jokes based on sex, and intimidation by words or actions, bullying based on sex •Visual: Sexual gestures, exposing and/or grabbing own genitalia in front of someone •Cyber: Online bullying/threats, sharing naked pictures of a student •Physical: Examples: Butt slap as a dare, unwanted kiss (depending on severity), forced hugging, impeding or blocking movement, sexual touching of a non-sexual body part coupled with a sexual/verbal comment, pantsing. (depending on circumstances)●Cyber Sexual Harassment/Bullying: Sharing of, or solicitation or incitement to share, a photograph or other visual record by a student to another student or online through social media. (Education Code 48900(c)(A)(iii))●Sexual Battery: Nonconsensual sexual touching over the clothes of another student with intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of the offender. (Education Code 48900(n), 48915(c)(4)) ○Examples: Groping/massaging, butt slap, breast grab, grabbing any other sexual organ.●Sexual Assault: An act involving penetration, in which a person is coerced or physically forced to engage against their will. (Education Code 48900(n), 48915(c)(4)) ○Examples: forced oral copulation, forced penetration, and rape.●Dating/Relationship Violence: A pattern of coercive behavior used by people to control their intimate partners. It often involves a physical assault or a threat of physical assault, but an abusive relationship may involve verbal and/or emotional abuse; sometimes it begins with these types of abuse and evolves into physical abuse. A physical assault is almost always accompanied by one or more abusive tactics.●Sex/Gender Based Harassment: Unwelcome conduct based on a student’s sex, harassing conduct based on a student’s failure to conform to sex stereotypes