The Princeton Public Schools are committed to exceeding the expectations set forth in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights and to creating an environment of safety and respect for every student and adult. We look forward to increasing the articulation between our administrators at the middle school and high school regarding responses to incidents of HIB and strategies for reducing them. We are also hopeful that our efforts to make diversity and racial literacy central to our work as a school district will continue to enhance access, engagement, and a sense of belonging for all students.
For information about National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, October 2022 please click here.
Report an HIB Incident
If you think your child may be being bullied, please contact your child's principal.
Department of Education parent guidance document
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
School Climate State Coordinator Contact info
School Anti-Bullying Specialists
Princeton Public Schools HIB Grades
HIB District and School Grade Report Card
Princeton High School
Annual training of staff, including all new employees
Timely reporting and investigation of incidents
Regular meetings of School Safety Teams
Activities in each school during Week of Respect
The implementation of approaches such as ongoing character education and Responsive Classroom to create a school-wide culture of respect
Notification of parents of both alleged offenders and alleged targets
Support from community partners in providing leadership training and individual counseling
Annual surveys of students to gather data about bullying behaviors and the effectiveness of programs and interventions
Training on HIB policy for contracted workers and volunteers