Deer Valley Unified School District believes that it is the responsibility of parents, students, administration, teachers and staff to provide our school community with opportunities to identify and promote strategies, research-based practices and relevant programs that support a safe learning environment for all students.
Anonymous Safe Schools Hotline: 623-376-3262
Who should I go to if I have a concern at my child's school?
Many issues can be resolved at the school by meeting with those who interact with your child on a regular basis.
- For concerns inside the classroom, or with a teacher, contact the teacher first.
- For concerns on a school campus, or if an issue within a classroom was not resolved, contact the school's principal.
- For concerns within the district, or if an issue within a classroom or school campus was not resolved, contact the DVUSD school operations & safety coordinator.
For more information on DVUSD anti-bullying measures, what isn't bullying, and disciplinary actions and consequences, consult the DVUSD student rights and responsibilities handbook.