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All things at Edgemont Junior High related to diversity and creating a welcoming school environment for students, parents, community, and staff


Building Representative for Edgemont Junior High: TBA

Each school building has a representative for the Puyallup School District Diversity Committee. These representatives are responsible for:

Advising students, parents, and staff that they are there to listen, help, and document incidents of harassment, intimidation, bullying, or discrimination. This information is forwarded to the building administrator, who then takes the appropriate response.

  • Participating in monthly meetings with the Office of Equity and Achievement.
  • Meeting weekly with their building administrators to share information.
  • Having access to information, resources, and materials that may assist their colleagues.

Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying

Edgemont is committed to creating an environment where every student feels welcome, safe, accepted, and valued. 


Reporting & Anti–Harassment Information

ANTI-BULLY AND ANTI-HARASSMENT: If you feel that your child is being harassed, intimidated or bullied at school, in a classroom, locker room, after school activities, on the way to and from school, electronics, etc., please report the conduct. As a reference, school rules and regulations are posted in your child's school planner. You may report to Alyssa Donohue, Assistant Principal or Eric Molver, Principal, or, by contacting the school at (253) 841-8727, or e-mailing Eric Molver at

HARASSMENT POLICY: The Puyallup School District has an anti-discrimination policy (Policy 6590) and a policy covering harassment, intimidation and bullying (Policy 3207). The policies were revised and adopted by our Board of Directors in March 12, 2012 (Policy 6590) and May of 2011 (Policy 3210) as a means of providing the safest and most optimum learning environment for all students. Copies of these policies are available on the District website at or by calling the Office of Equity and Achievement at (253) 840-8966.

COMPLAINT DROP BOX: Each school in our District has a complaint or help box on site. Our (suggestion/complaint/help) box is located in the main office. The box is one method that students, staff, and families can raise issues of concern related to harassment and discrimination

Welcome To Edgemont Jr. High!

To report an absence, or if you have questions or concerns please call our main office at
(253) 841-8727.  We are here to help in any way that we can.

Edgemont's Mission

Edgemont Junior High is committed

to helping all students get to the....

E-Engage in the work

D-Demonstrate their abilities

G-Gain access to opportunities

E -Enjoy being an EAGLE!