• Las Lomas Equity


    AUHSD Diversity Equity Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB)


    Click Here to File a Bias Incident Report

    The Bias Incident Reporting System is part of AUHSD's effort to promote safe enviromments where all students can learn.  


    The Bias Incident Teams at each site are responsible for: 

    1. Working together to respond to incidents of Bias at every school site. Teams have administrators, counselors and teachers. 
    2. Recommending appropriate actions that are both preventative and responsive. 
    3. Ensuring multiple perspectives are held when discussing incidents. 
    4. Collecting and sharing data monthly with staff, student and parent groups while ensuring confidentiality and student privacy. 
    5. Monitoring campus climate and recommending changes, training, or school wide curriculum around a particular issue. 
    6. Educating students around issues of bias. Here are some helpful definitions


    Bias Reporting Procedures

    Step 1: A Bias report is made documenting an act of racism, sexual harassment,
    homophobia, cyberbullying, micro-aggression, discrimination or hate speech.  Students
    may make a report online or in person.  If there is an immediate need for intervention, the site admin will follow up as
    appropriate with law enforcement and other measures.

    Step 2: Help for the reporter: Within 24 hours, wellness staff is notified so that support
    can be provided for the reporter.

    Step 3: Bias Incident committee meets (diversity chair, site staff, wellness staff, one
    designated admin) and determines the appropriate intervention: disciplinary, restorative
    or both.  Disciplinary incidence examples: Using the N-word, sexual harassment of a
    student, hate speech, bullying, cyberbullying.  Restorative examples: a student says something insensitive, commits a

    Step 4: Incident is documented as a bias incident (+ AERIES as a disciplinary incident
    if warranted) In the case of discipline, both offenders and victims (reporters) are

    Step 5: Closing the loop: a committee member is designated to meet back with the
    reporter to let them know of the resolution (if they did not participate in a restorative
    practice) when possible.

    Step 6: Bias Incident Committee examines monthly data reports to see if patterns are
    emerging that call for staff development, work with all students, etc.


    BIRT Reports

    2023-24 First Semester Report