Saving Our Students
The purpose of the Lufkin Independent School District’s Saving Our Students program is to promote and enhance the student learning process. Our desire is to offer a path to restrict harmful student behavior.
Lufkin ISD does not approve of any action that keeps a student from being able to develop to his or her full potential. Allowing rude behavior can hinder a student’s growth and performance.
This Google Form gives both parents and students a way to report and share information in a confidential manner while trusting the matter will be handled appropriately. (Do not include your identifying information if you want the report to be anonymous.)
Incidents of unwanted behavior including bullying, cyberbullying, texting and messaging which cause trouble and threaten a student’s performance will not be tolerated. We desire student success.
If you are aware of an incident or concern, please click on this Google Form to initiate a corrective action.
Other Helpful Websites
Texas Education Agency’s Coordinated School Health/Bullying and Cyberbullying — provides definitions, statutory references and requirements, guidance documents, presentations and other resources and materials related to bullying and cyberbullying.
Bully Prevention State Initiative — provides information to school districts, parents and students to help prevent, identify and respond to bullying behavior. This initiative has been decentralized to the Region 14 Education Service Center in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency.
BullyBust — promotes valuable free support to help schools in need put an end to bullying with targeted school-side and classroom-based efforts. This site includes research-based resources for students, parents and educators for addressing bullying incidences effective and creating a culture of upstanders inside and out of school.
StopBullying.gov — provides information from various government agencies on how kids, teens, young adults, parents, educators and others in the community can prevent or stop bullying.