Stop Bullying at LPHS

  • LaSalle-Peru Township High School is committed to stopping bullying and supporting students who have been bullied, intimidated or harassed. Please use the information below to learn more about bullying and school policies related to it. Any instances of bullying that negatively impact a student's life or his or her ability to participate in the learning process should be reported to the Steve Sash, Associate Principal for Operation. Students or families with questions about what is and isn't bullying should also contact Mr. Sash or the LP Counseling Office. 
     Report Bullying Email Link

    If your report is an immediate emergency, please call 911. Information submitted to the Report Bullying email account will be reviewed during official school attendance days and hours. Evening, Weekend and Holiday submissions will not be accessed until the next attendance day. If the Report Bullying button doesn't work on your computer or device, simply send an email to


    Bullying, intimidation, and harassment diminish a student’s ability to learn and a school’s ability to educate. Preventing students from engaging in these disruptive behaviors and providing all students equal access to a safe, non-hostile learning environment are important school goals.

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    Click here to read LP's policies regarding bullying and harassment.

    Bullying on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, military status, unfavorable discharge status from the military service, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender-related identity or expression, ancestry, age, religion, physical or mental disability, order of protection status, status of being homeless, or actual or potential marital or parental status, including pregnancy, association with a person or group with one or more of the aforementioned actual or perceived characteristics, or any other distinguishing characteristic is prohibited in each of the following situations:
    1. During any school-sponsored education program or activity.
    2. While in school, on school property, on school buses or other school vehicles, at designated school bus stops waiting for the school bus, or at school-sponsored or school-sanctioned events or activities.
    3. Through the transmission of information from a school computer, a school computer network, or other similar electronic school equipment.
    4. Through the transmission of information from a computer that is accessed at a nonschool-related location, activity, function, or program or from the use of technology or an electronic device that is not owned, leased, or used by the school district or school if the bullying causes a substantial disruption to the educational process or orderly operation of a school.
    Bullying includes cyber-bullying (bullying through the use of technology or any electronic communication) and means any severe or pervasive physical or verbal act or conduct, including communications made in writing or electronically, directed toward a student or students that has or can be reasonably predicted to have the effect of one or more of the following:
    1. Placing the student or students in reasonable fear of harm to the student’s or students’ person or property;
    2. Causing a substantially detrimental effect on the student’s or students’ physical or mental health;
    3. Substantially interfering with the student’s or students’ academic performance; or
    4. Substantially interfering with the student’s or students’ ability to participate in or benefit from the services, activities, or privileges provided by a school.
    Examples of prohibited conduct include name-calling, using derogatory slurs, stalking, sexual violence, causing psychological harm, threatening or causing physical harm, threatened or actual destruction of property, or wearing or possessing items depicting or implying hatred or prejudice of one of the characteristics stated above.

    Students are encouraged to immediately report bullying. A report may be made orally or in writing to the district complaint manager or any staff member with whom the student is comfortable speaking. Anyone, including staff members and parents/guardians, who has information about actual or threatened bullying is encouraged to report it to the district complaint manager, school security, or any staff member. Anonymous reports are also accepted by phone call or in writing.

    Complaint Managers:
    Steve Sash, Associate Principal for Operations
    541 Chartres St., LaSalle, IL 61301
    Stephanie Jeanblanc, Associate Principal for Student Services
    541 Chartres St., LaSalle, IL 61301
    A reprisal or retaliation against any person who reports an act of bullying is prohibited. A student’s act of reprisal or retaliation will be treated as bullying for purposes of determining any consequences or other appropriate remedial actions.
    A student will not be punished for reporting bullying or supplying information, even if the school’s investigation concludes that no bullying occurred. However, knowingly making a false accusation or providing knowingly false information will be treated as bullying for purposes of determining any consequences or other appropriate remedial actions.