Policy 2810 – Incident Reporting

The Superintendent of Schools and/or his/her designee shall notify the School Board in a timely manner of serious breaches of policy involving students, staff, or other individuals/groups, taking into account the Board’s role in student/staff discipline, as appropriate. Nothing in this policy or associated rules will be construed or implemented in a manner that conflicts with a student’s rights to confidentiality in the event a student communicates with a school psychologist, counselor, social worker, nurse or designated teacher or administrator in the context of any alcohol or drug abuse program, except as otherwise provided for by law or in policy.


  • Wisconsin Statutes
    • Section 118.126 Privileged Communication


  • 1210, Communication – School Sponsored (including Crisis)
  • 5430, Student Conduct and Discipline
  • 5434, Alcohol and Other Drugs – Students
  • 5436, Weapons
  • 5436.1, Fires, Fire Alarms, Explosives, Firecrackers, and Spray Devices
  • 5437, Threats/Assaults
  • 5474, Student Expulsion
  • District Emergency Operations Plan



  • May 11, 1999
  • June 26, 2007
  • February 27, 2018

Rule 2810 – Incident Reporting

The following circumstances shall constitute a serious breach of policy as that term is used in Policy 2810:

  1. Breaches of student behavior policies which the Board has designated zero tolerance, are required to be brought for expulsion consideration and shall be reported to the School Board via telephone call or other alternative means as deemed appropriate as soon as administration becomes aware of  such breaches. In situations involving threats or behavior constituting a threat to the health or safety of children, effort shall be made to inform members of the Board within 24 hours.

All reports shall be made confidentially to the greatest extent possible and with due consideration for the legal and ethical principles regarding the privacy rights of children and families.

  1. Reports shall be made consistent with legal and ethical principles regarding privacy rights of children and families.