Resources and Information
TVUSD is committed to providing safe and secure educational environments for our students and staff.
We have implemented resources to assist students, staff, and, families with bringing issues to the attention of school administrators.
Report Bullying and Harassment - Please Click Here to Submit Your Report
If you or someone else are in immediate need or are considering hurting yourself or themselves, please reach out to an immediate resource such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255. If this is an imminent threat, please contact law enforcement immediately by calling 911.
Bullying is never okay. To report an incident of bullying or harassment, please click the appropriate school site on the link provided and you will be taken to a standard online form. Provide all the information you know that can help staff members deal with the issue including where the incident(s) took place; dates; times; names of those involved, as well as the type of behavior being reported. Please include as much detail as possible so that we can assist you.
Types of items to report here are: If you feel unsafe or know someone who feels unsafe at school due to bullying; harassment; intimidation; cyber-bullying; fights; drugs; alcohol; etc.
If you want a response, be sure to include contact information. Lets Talk sends an email to a school administrator with the information submitted through your online form. You will hear from a staff member within two business days.
This is a program serving Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange, and Los Angeles counties. These are not employees of TVUSD. However, this is a good resource if you are in immediate need.