IAS Students and Parents,
IAS must be a safe place! There are many caring adults and students who want you to feel safe. When a student does not feel safe, the best learning cannot take place. IAS students know what to do when they need help; talk to an adult - mom or dad, a favorite teacher, a teacher you had, your counselor, or an administrator. Or, if you feel you cannot talk to an adult, talk to a friend whom you know you can trust. If none of that works, hopefully this will help. Everyone has good and bad days. What we never want is for an IAS student to feel unsafe inside his or her own school. Reporting is not "tattling" or "ratting" when someone is being hurt or could be hurt. Letting someone know is the right thing to do. This is TOTALLY anonymous, unless you choose otherwise.
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Who is not feeling safe in IAS?
I am an IAS student, and I don't feel safe.
I am an IAS parent, and I do not feel my child or another child is safe.
I am a IAS student, and I do not feel that another student or friend is safe.
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