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Anonymous Incident Reporting

  1. If you have an immediate emergency situation, please call 911.
  2. Please provide as much detailed information regarding the incident so that the school administration can adequately respond. 
Click the Image to report an incident:
Per Mount Airy City Schools Policy 1710/4021/7230, the board acknowledges the dignity and worth of all students and employees and strives to create a safe, orderly, caring, and inviting school environment to facilitate student learning and achievement. The board prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age. The board will not tolerate any form of unlawful discrimination, harassment, or bullying in any of its educational or employment activities or programs.
As such, the district recognizes the importance of our students and community members' ability report discrimination, harassment, bullying, or any other unlawful act. This ANONYMOUS Incident Reporting System was developed to ensure all stakeholders have a voice in keeping our students and campuses safe.

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