Bullying Prevention

    The Georgetown Independent School District is committed to ensuring that all students have a safe learning environment. Georgetown ISD expects that all members of the school community will treat each other in a civil manner and with respect for differences.  The safety and well-being of our student is of utmost importance to all of us. At GISD, we seek to prevent bullying through proactive interventions and strategies. This commitment is an integral part of our comprehensive efforts to promote learning and to prevent and eliminate all forms of bullying and other harmful and disruptive behavior that can impede the learning process.  Educators are responsible for preventing and addressing bullying.

    Georgetown ISD supports this commitment in all aspects of our school community, including:

    • curriculum,
    • instructional programs,
    • staff development,
    • extracurricular activities, and
    • parent /guardian involvement


    We encourage students and families to report bullying to their school administrators. 

     Reports of bullying shall be made as soon as possible after the alleged act or knowledge of the alleged act so that the District’s ability to investigate and address is not impaired. 

    • If you are a student, report any bullying alleged act to a teacher, counselor, or principal. 
    • If you are a parent, talk to a school administrator about the situation. 
    • If other than the principal is informed, the adult then will report to the principal who will start an investigation.

    To make an anonymous report, students and parents may use the Stay Safe system.