If you are a district parent, you may report concerns to your child’s teacher and/or principal. If you have concerns that you would like to report to the district’s central office administration, please contact at (209) 656-2000; Fax: (209) 668-6133
The Delhi Unified School District utilizes the uniform complaint procedures to investigate and resolve complaints related to the following:
Unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying based on actual or perceived disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or on a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of the actual or perceived characteristics, in any program or activity that receives or benefits from state financial assistance.
Complaints alleging failure to comply with state or federal law in adult basic education, consolidated categorical aid programs, migrant education, vocational education, child care and development programs and special education programs.
9716 Hinton Ave
Delhi, CA 95315
A Williams Complaint allows the public to file grievances regarding:
Insufficiency of textbooks and instructional materials
Condition of school facilities
Teacher vacancy or misassignment
If you have a Williams Complaint, you can contact the district office at 209-656-2000 to speak with the Senior Director of Educational Services.
It is our shared responsibility to be trustworthy stewards of public money and assets. We encourage concerned Delhi Unified School District employees and the public to report allegations of school-related fraud, waste and abuse. Please come forward if you notice any accounting irregularities, inappropriate conduct or fraudulent activities of which we should be aware. We have set up an easy way for you to report any concerns. You may leave a message at (209)656-2000. Thank you in advance for supporting our students!
We want our schools to be safe places for all our students. If your child has experienced threats, intimidation, racial or gender slurs, harassment or bullying, we encourage you or your child to report it. For concerns or incidents affecting the safety of any student, please call or send an email to your school site principal or the District Office Director of Student Services.
We continue to explore ways to, as much as possible, be better prepared to prevent and/or respond to needs.
Remember that we have adopted the use of the STOPit online reporting tool that can be used on any computer, tablet or cell phone designed to report incidents of bullying, cyber abuse, threats, possible self harm and other inappropriate behaviors.
By using STOPit students have the power to help put an end to harmful and inappropriate behavior they see online through social media and other means.
They can use STOPit to ANONYMOUSLY reach out for help if they or a peer are facing a personal crisis or experiencing bullying, abuse, or are otherwise in need of assistance.
Our goal with STOPit is to create safer, kinder, school communities both online and off. In addition to helping the district monitor and prevent inappropriate behaviors, students will have access to the STOPit, mobile app, which has two simple but powerful features.
Specifically, the STOPit program educates students to:
Recognize the signs of at-risk behaviors
Take every sign and signal seriously
Report it anonymously through STOPit App/Web or 24/7 Incident Response Center
Submit photo or video evidence (App/Web Only)
Alert designated administrators to issues and risks early, before they escalate