Sexual Harassment Policy

Sexual harassment is any verbal or physical contact of a sexual nature that is unwelcome and offensive.

Sexual harassment does not include occasional compliments or common courtesies.

Sexual harassment is personally offensive and promotes feelings of powerlessness and has a negative effect on the school environment. It is also illegal.

All complaints should be directed to the School Administration or Care Team and will be dealt with confidentially.

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