As the details begin to shake out of the former Dublin teacher accused of having sex with a female student, Dublin City Schools are cracking the whip against harassment.
A new set of anti-harassment policies that were introduced last night are allegedly the toughest in central Ohio, reports NBC4i.
These policies spell out the exact definition of harassment and provide a detailed protocol for reporting incidents.
On the district’s website, there is a button in the upper right hand corner that takes visitors to a page to report harassment and bullying. Visitors can also contact a hotline or instant message with a live support person.
This summer, Gregory Lee, a former teacher at Dublin Scioto High School, was indicted on charges of sexual battery involving one of his 15-year-old students. Read more about Lee here.