• See Something Say Something   


    At Middleton School District, we are committed to "Every Child Learning Every Day!"

    As part of our commitment, we want to ensure the physical and emotional safety of our students, staff, and community.  This requires an alert and informed community, both at school and home.

    Part of our “See something, Say Something” efforts are to ensure that when students see something, they have a way to say something in a confidential manner.  Middleton School District has created a method for students to be able to report an incident or potential threat and/or incidents of bullying.

    So when IS it bullying? When someone is being hurt either by words or actions, feels bad because of it, and has a hard time stopping what’s happening to them. Bullying can be physical such as hitting, pushing and shoving, fighting, tripping, yelling at someone, making rude gestures, or taking or breaking another person’s things. It can also be emotional such as name calling, making fun of someone, laughing at someone, leaving someone out on purpose, starting rumors or telling lies about someone, sending mean messages on a computer or cell phone, trying to make someone feel bad about who they are. And there’s cyber bullying which can involve texting, emails, and social media. (www.pacerkidsagainstbullying.org)

    If you think someone is in danger:
    Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
    Call the local police:
    Middleton Police Department - (208) 585-0008
    Canyon County Sheriff - (208) 454-753
    Emergency - 911