“Bullying” means systematically and chronically inflicting physical hurt or psychological distress on one or more students or school employees. It is unwanted and repeated written, verbal, or physical behavior, including any threatening, insulting, or dehumanizing gesture, by an adult or student, that is severe or pervasive enough to create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive educational environment, cause discomfort or humiliation, is carried out repeatedly and is often characterized by an imbalance of power. The actions unreasonably interfere with the individual’s school/work performance or participation and may involve but is not limited to:

  1. Unwanted teasing or taunting
  2. Social exclusion
  3. Threat
  4. Intimidation
  5. Stalking
  6. Physical violence
  7. Theft
  8. Sexual, religious, or racial/ethnic harassment
  9. Public humiliation
  10. Destruction of property

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Report alleged bullying, harassment, or intimidation that occured on school property; at a school sponsored activity or event off school property; on a school bus, or on the way to and/or from school. If you are a student victim, the parent/guardian of a student victim, a close adult relative of a student victim or a school staff member and wish to report an incident of alleged bullying, harrassment or intimidation, speak to the Principal at the student victim’s school or you may send a highly confidential e-mail to our Safe Schools Coordinator Brayden Savage by clicking here. Mrs. Savage will share the informaton with the appropriate administrator(s) in a confidential manner.

Online Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Phone Number: 1.800.273.TALK (8255)
Stopbullying.gov: English and Spanish resources for parents, children and educators
Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide