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Introducing Anonymous Incident Reporting with STOPit

Valley View ISD is pleased to offer anonymous reporting of incidents through a program called STOPit. Below you can watch a short video about what STOPit is. Also below is a link to the STOPit website and to download their app.

Students, parents, school staff and anyone else with knowledge of an incident can use the app (or website) to report the incident. We believe this will help continue to make our school a safe and supportive environment for our students.

When reporting an incident, you will be prompted for a school code. Our unique codes for Valley View ISD are listed below. Please enter that code when reporting.
Campus Name Code
Valley View High School VVHS
Valley View Early College Campus VVECC
Valley View Jr. High VVJH
Valley View 5th Grade VV5th
Valley View Elementary VVE
Valley View North VVN
Wilbur E Lucas Elementary VVWEL
Valley View South Elementary VVSE
Anti Bullying At Valley View ISD

At Valley View ISD we believe that every student has a right to be in a school which is safe and secure, to be treated with dignity and respect. We will work to make Valley View ISD School free from intimidation and fear so that all students can learn and work in an environment where they can achieve their full potential.

"A deliberate action by an individual or group usually repeated over time, that intentionally hurts another individual either physically or emotionally."
Bullying can take many forms but the most common are:
  • Physical - hitting, kicking, taking belongings.
  • Verbal - name calling, insulting, making offensive remarks.
  • Homophobic - name calling, insulting, making offensive remarks.
  • Indirect - spreading malicious stories, rumors and deliberately excluding others from social groups.
  • Racist - taunts or offensive language about culture or race.
  • Sexual - unwanted physical contact or abusive comments.
  • Cyber - using social networking sites or mobile phones to cause offense to others.
  • Isolating - deliberately ignoring or encouraging others to ignore students.
  • Students with special educational needs or disabilities - name calling, insulting, making offensive remarks.

Board Policy
Policy Code:

Talk to someone if you are being bullied because there are lots of people who want to help you in school.
Talk to:
  1. A member of staff.
  2. A friend.
  3. A family member.