Our report, SPS Today, addresses the work we have done and are doing to build a healthy, safe school culture in which our students can thrive and grow up to be healthy, superbly educated, ethical citizens and leaders.
Expanded staffing in the Health Center and Dean of Students Office
An anonymous, independent reporting option for sexual misconduct and assault
External community services and supports
A school-wide student review process
Student-initiated, School-supported affinity groups
List of 5 items.
Invite alumni to continue sharing their experiences
Work with the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), independent advocates who support alumni in identifying services and accessing a therapy fund and independent victims advocate consultant Sandra Matheson
Arbitration process for legacy sexual abuse claims
Therapy fund administered by an outside, trauma-informed victim’s advocate to work with alumni
Support the Alumni Doorways initiative to address and embrace the needs of survivors of sexual assault in our community
List of 6 items.
Comprehensive professional development
Anonymous, independent reporting channel
Confidential Employee Assistance Program
Trauma-informed boundary, active bystander, and reporting obligations training
Mentor program on policies and standards for teaching fellows and new faculty
Increased opportunities for fellowship and affinity groups
List of 4 items.
Additional staff to enhance parent engagement
Improved, frequent communications
New parent advisory and volunteer group
Comprehensive information and education webinar series on school life
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Cultivating a healthy school culture requires diligence and a continuing commitment to improvement.