Rights & Responsibilities

Together, students, parents*, teachers, staff and administrators share the responsibility in creating and sustaining an environment that enhances student achievement and well-being in the Northshore School District. The Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook addresses:

  • The rights and responsibilities of students
  • Conduct which may require corrective action
  • Responsibilities of administrators and teachers to implement corrective action, which includes behavioral supports and interventions that promote safety and support student success
  • Administrative responsibilities for due process

Please read these Rights and Responsibilities and develop a thorough understanding of the details. By following the Rights and Responsibilities, you can help our school district become a safer and more supportive environment for the students and staff.

NSD Board Policies are available for review online.

*'Parents' as used throughout this document refers to parents and/or legal guardians

Download pdf version* Updated August 2023

Rights and Responsibilities Handbook

Filing a Complaint

Students who believe they have experienced discrimination, harassment, intimidation, hazing or bullying, may file a complaint directly with any school staff member, file a complaint using an online formfile a complaint by email, or file a complaint by calling or texting 855-521-2665. Complaints can be filed anonymously. Complaint forms can be found at every school office.

Contact Us

Director of Student Services

Rick Ferrell

Assistant Director of Student Services
Katie Bjornstad

Student Services Specialist
Wen Hay