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SAFE2SAY SOMETHING 

MCCC participates in Safe2Say Something, a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The program teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to “say something” BEFORE it is too late. With Safe2Say Something, it’s easy and confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence and tragedies. Here’s how it works:Submitan anonymous tip report through the Safe2SaySomething systemoBy Phone: 1-844-SAF2SAY (1-844-723-2729)oOn Any Computer: https://www.safe2saypa.orgoOr, download the app to your phone or tablet: safe2say on Google Play or the App StoreCrisis center reviews, assesses and processes all submissionsCrisis center sends all submissions to school administration and/or law enforcement for interventionIf needed, crisis center may contact tipster anonymously throughthe app

BULLYING/CYBERBULLYING

The Mercer County Career Center is committed to providing a safe, positive learning environment for its students. In addition, every student is responsible to respect the rights of others to ensure an atmosphere free from bullying. There is no justification for any student to act in a manner that creates fear or an atmosphere of intimidation. Students who do are risking their enrollment at the Mercer County Career Center.Students who have been bullied or have witnessed such actions should report the incident to a Mercer County Career Center staff member who will inform the principal

HARASSMENT

A student who has a complaint of harassment, abuse, or misconduct by anyone may complain directly to the principal, guidance counselor, or instructor. An investigation will be conducted and a resolution will be sought that is satisfactory to the complainant. Students who harass other students in any way or make reckless statements that could be construed as intimidating or threatening are risking serious disciplinary action as well as possible legal charges. These types of problems can be prevented if you use our student referral system to head off problems before they are out of hand. Each student shall be responsible to respect the rights of their fellow students and Mercer County Career Center employees and to ensure an atmosphere free from all forms of unlawful harassment.

HAZING 

Any activity that recklessly or intentionally endangers the mental health, physical health or safety of a student for the purpose of initiation or membership in or affiliation with any class or organization will be viewedas hazing. These activities are inconsistent with the educational goals of the Mercer County Career Center and are prohibited at all times