|Wendy Coles||Counselor||Non-traditional HS students|
|Rob Franklin||Interventionist||MPA applications|
|Angelica CruzCalixtro||Secretary||Secretary to counselors|
|Kristi Raney||Counselor||MS & HS Newcomer students|
|Sheila Sudderth||Social Worker||Campus social worker|
Parents, just a reminder that we have a section of our web site that is dedicated to your unique needs - check out our Parents tab for more information and resources.
Guiding students to the finish line...many paths, one goal: GRADUATION
What to know:
- Never respond to harassing or rude comments.
- Save or print the evidence.
- Talk to your parents or guardian if you are harassed; get help reporting this to your ISP, school, or local law enforcement.
- Respect others online.
- Only share your password with your parent or guardian.
- Change your passwords often.
- Use privacy settings to block unwanted messages.
- Think before posting or sending photos - they could be used to hurt you.
- Contact the site administrator if someone creates a social networking page in your name.
What to report:
- Anyone you don't know who asks you for personal information, photos, or videos.
- Inappropriate or obscene material from people or companies you don't know.
- Misleading URLs on the Internet that point you to sites containing harmful or inappropriate materials rather than what you were looking for.
- Anyone who sends you photos or videos containing obscene content of individuals 18 and younger (the possession, manufacturing, or distributing of child pornography is illegal)
- Anyone who asks you to meet in person for sexual activities (no one should be making sexual invitations to you online – and it’s an especially serious crime for adults to do it).
- If any of the above happens to you or a friend, tell an adult you trust and report it to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's CyberTipline at https://report.cybertip.org.
Bullying and cybersafety
No student should be subjected to bullying or harassment that interferes with their ability to learn or their safety.
Visit the district website for more information and resources related to bullying and cybersafety.
You can use the Anonymous Alerts® webform or mobile app to quickly, easily and anonymously report bullying, cyberbullying and other sensitive topics to school officials.
Anonymous Alerts® is monitored by GISD Security 24-hours daily and should only be used for serious and urgent matters. In the event of an emergency or life-threatening event, always call 911.