When to Submit a Report It! Form
Three types of behavior should lead to filing a Report It! form:
- Disruptive Behavior interferes with the living community or learning environment. Your prompt to report often reflects your frustration with a student’s inability to adhere to generally accepted expectations.
Source of concern: HOW THEY ACT
- Disturbing Behavior may not be disruptive but it creates another kind of concern. Your prompt to report often reflects your unease, confusion, or discomfort with a student’s actions, thoughts, or feelings.
Source of concern: HOW YOU FEEL
- Distressed Behavior reflects the student’s impaired emotional well-being. Your prompt to report is when a student either appears to be struggling emotionally or discloses his/her personal struggle.
Source of concern: HOW THEY FEEL