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Respect for the dignity of others is a cornerstone of civil society. Bullying creates an atmosphere of fear and intimidation, robs a person of his/her dignity, detracts from the safe environment necessary to promote student learning, and will not be tolerated by the Board of Directors. Students who bully another person shall be held accountable for their actions whether they occur on school equipment or property; off school property at a school sponsored or approved function, activity, or event; going to or from school or a school activity in a school vehicle or school bus; or at designated school bus stops.

Stop Bullying
Stand for the Silent
Cyber Bullying & Social Media

What To Do If You’re Being Bullied
Cyberbullying Guide
Cyberbullying & Harassment Online:  Awareness & Prevention


“Bullying” means the intentional harassment, intimidation, humiliation, ridicule, defamation, or threat or incitement of violence by a student against another student or public school employee by a written, verbal, electronic, or physical act that may address an attribute of the other student, public school employee, or person with whom the other student or public school employee is associated and that causes or creates actual or reasonably foreseeable harm.

Students found to be in violation of this policy shall be subject to disciplinary action up to and including expulsion. In determining the appropriate disciplinary action, consideration may be given to other violations of the student handbook which may have simultaneously occurred. In addition to any disciplinary actions, the District shall take appropriate steps to remedy the effects resulting from bullying.

Bullying Consequences
1st offense- Conference with parents, corporal punishment, in school suspension, and/or 1 day out of school suspension.
2nd offense- Conference with parents, corporal punishment, in school suspension, and/or 2 days out of school suspension.
3rd offense- Conference with parents, minimum 3 days out of school suspension up to and including expulsion

See Student Handbook – Bullying for more information


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