Make a Report Follow-up on a Report Code of Conduct FAQs

To Make a Report

You may use either of the following two methods to submit a report:

  • Select the "Make a Report" link at the top of this web page.
  • OR
  • Dial toll-free, within the United States, Guam, Puerto Rico and Canada:

After you complete your report you will be assigned a unique code called a "report key." Write down your report key and password and keep them in a safe place. After 5-6 business days, use your report key and password to check your report for feedback or questions.

Our Commitment

Centennial School District is an organization with strong values of responsibility and integrity. We support an environment of open, honest communications, and we encourage employees, students, and community members to approach District administration in instances where they believe violations of laws, rules, regulations, Board Policies, and the Code of Ethics, have occurred.

However, in situations where you prefer to place a report on an anonymous basis or through an outside party, Centennial has implemented the CSD Ethics Hotline. This comprehensive and confidential reporting tool, administered by a third party, EthicsPoint, is intended to assist the District and all members of its community to address violations of laws, rules, regulations, Board policies, and the Code of Ethics, and to promote a positive work and learning environment.

The information you provide to the CSD Ethics Hotline will be shared with the appropriate District staff, on an anonymous basis if you should choose. While you may choose to make an anonymous report, please know that by not revealing your name, it may hamper the District’s ability to investigate or resolve your complaint. Also know that Centennial prohibits retaliation against any individual who, in good faith, makes a complaint, voices a concern, or cooperates in an investigation.

This hotline supplements regular District reporting avenues, and members of the Centennial community are encouraged to use it, whenever necessary.

See the EthicsPoint FAQs for more information.