Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 2 PM
91-371, Komohana Pl. Building 112
Kapolei, HI 96707
CALLED Christian School does not engage in unlawful discrimination or harassment because of race, color, ancestry, religion, age, sex, national origin, pregnancy or childbirth, disability, or military/veteran status in its educational programs and activities. CALLED Christian School maintains its Christian mission and reserves its right to discriminate on the basis of religion to the extent that applicable law respects its right to act in furtherance of its religious objectives.
Cyber-bullying is defined as defamatory behavior through the use of electronic technologies such as school discussion forums, email communications, social media, personal websites, or cell phone communications with the intention of causing harm to others to the extent that the educational atmosphere has become one of abuse.
Cyber-bullying consists of dangerous or abusive behavior that directly alters the condition of a student’s education, thus requiring administrative action in order to ensure the safety of students, staff, faculty & administration.
Upon Receiving a Report of Cyberbullying, CALLED Christian School Will Take the Following Measures:
Parents typically have undivided rights to make joint educational choices for their children. The only means of nullifying this is by court order. CALLED Christian School will not terminate or deny the rights of any parent until it has proof of legal obligation not to provide student information to one or both parents. In such cases, a court order must state that one or both parents may not have access to information pertaining to a child who attends CALLED Christian School. Additional identifying information such as a birth certificate may be required in order to verify parental status.
When a student is identified by a CALLED Christian School employee as potentially suicidal or self-harming, CALLED Christian School's administration or another CALLED Christian School employee will contact the student, parents, or guardians to check on safety concerns. The purpose of this policy is to protect the health, safety, and wellbeing of CALLED Christian School students by having procedures in place to prevent suicide and other selfharming behaviors. This policy complements other CALLED Christian School policies in supporting the emotional and behavioral health of the students.
In recognition of the unreported criminal activities that surrounded the Penn State child abuse scandal, many states have enacted laws and/or reinforced current laws defining mandated child abuse or neglect reporting requirements.
The Virginia Legislature has extended reporting requirements, effective July 1, 2012, mandating that every employee of a public or private institution of higher education who, in his or her employment capacity, has reason to suspect that a child (under the age of eighteen) is an abused or neglected child, has a responsibility under law to report the suspected child abuse or neglect within twenty-four hours of concern. This report must be made to the local city or county Social Services office where the child resides, where the abuse or neglect is believed to have occurred.