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Discrimination, Harassment, Bullying, and Cyber-Bullying Incident Reporting Protocol

Student Reporting
North Syracuse Junior High School students who need assistance with bullying, discrimination, and/or harassment can contact the following staff members:
  • Any teacher or teaching assistant
  • School Psychologist, Social Worker, Guidance Counselor, and ADA- PEP Counselor
  • Dean, Associate Principal
  • Building Principal
Parent Reporting Parents who need assistance with bullying, discrimination, and harassment should take the following steps:
  1. Contact your child’s teacher or counselor for assistance
  2. Contact the Associate Principal
  3. Contact the Building Principal if problem not resolved
  4. Contact the Assistant or Associate Superintendent if problem remains unresolved
  5. Contact the Superintendent if the problem remains unresolved

North Syracuse Junior High School DASA Reporting Contact Information
Counselors, Psychologists, and Social Workers Phone Administrators Phone
North Syracuse Junior High School 315-218-3600 Mr. Charles Yonko, Associate Principal 315-218-3613
Mr. Pat Scullion, Counselor (A-Coa) 315-218-3626 Ms. Kristen Hill, Associate Principal 315-218-3614
Mr. Wil Whittico, Counselor (Cob-Gam) 315-218-3627 Ms. Constance Turose, NSJHS – Building Principal 315-218-3602
Mrs. Alexandra Cisson, Counselor (Gan-Laf) 315-218-3631    
Ms. Beth Szlosek, Counselor (Lag-Ob) 315-218-3628 Ms. Lisa Goldberg, District DASA Coordinator 315-218-2134
Mrs. Hope Bednarksi, Counselor (OC-Sl) 315-218-3652    
Mr. Mark Kulakowski, Counselor (Sm-Z) 315-218-3630 Assistant Superintendent 315-218-2100
Mrs. Bonnie Marini,  Psychologist (9th) 315-218-3634 Associate Superintendent 315-218-2100
Mrs. Heather Pellegrino, Psychologist (8th) 315-218-3606 Superintendent 315-218-2100
Mrs. Elizabeth Blatt, Social Worker 315-218-3632    
Investigation Protocol
  1. Student or adult files an incident report.
  2. School administration investigates incident within 48 hours.
  3. Parents are notified of the outcome of the investigation to the extent privacy rights allow.
  4. The incident and outcome of the investigation are documented.
  5. A determination will be made regarding whether the incident constitutes a violation of the Dignity for All Students Act and will be reported to NYSED accordingly.
  6. Corrective measures and/or disciplinary consequences will be administered if warranted.
  7. A follow up meeting will be held with students directly involved in any incident considered a DASA violation to determine if the issue is resolved or if further corrective action is necessary.
  8. Confidentiality will be maintained throughout the entire process.
DASA Incident Reporting Form