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M. Ann Levett, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools

Savannah-Chatham Co.
Public School System

208 Bull Street
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 395-5600

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208 Bull Street
(Admin. Offices)

2 Laura Avenue
(Board Meetings)

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1. How do I report sexual harassment?
2. How do I report discrimination?
3. What is a hostile work environment?
4. Does the SCCPSS provide protection for whistleblowers?
5. How do I report retaliation against an employee for speaking up?
6. How do I report violations of Board policy?
7. How do I report any type of harassment?
8. How do I report unprofessional behavior by a school administrator, teacher or staff member?
9. How do I report intimidation?

Answer to all questions:
Board of Education Policy GAEB (Harassment), Administrative Regulation GAEB-R (Harassment), Policy KN (Complaints) and Policy GAIA (Solicitations by Staff) may all provide information that may be helpful. All types of harassment complaints are accepted including complaints of discrimination and harassment based on sex, race, religion, nation origin, color, disability, age, or retaliation.  

Administrative Regulation GAEB-R states “Employees are encouraged to speak up at the first instance of improper harassment to advise the offending co-employee that they deem the conduct and actions harassing.  Employees should review the "What to Do About Harassment in the Workplace" booklet.  Employees who believe that they have been improperly harassed based on their sex, race, religion, national origin, age or disability should report the behavior to their site administrator or to the Executive Director of Human Resources. 

Employees (as well as the public) may use the Ethics HotLine to report work-related incidents to help improve the safety and security of our workplace.  The Ethics HotLine is a simple, confidential way to report any work-related incidents that may cause or contribute to losses or problems. It's a risk-free resource to help you make our workplace a safer, more secure environment.

Work-related incidents are situations or events that could potentially harm our students, our people or organization. They usually result from dishonest or unethical behavior. Examples include violations related to:

 Harassment/Discrimination  Student Rights
 On-The-Job Substance Abuse  Health and Safety Laws
 Thefts, Bribes, Kickbacks  Conflicts of Interest
 Entertainment/Gifts and Gratuities  Improper Use of Board Property
 Internal Accounting Controls  Copyright Laws and Software Piracy
 Fraudulent Transactions   Privacy of Student Records
 Insurance Fraud  Any Work-Related Concern

Additional details about the Ethics HotLine are available on the public website. (