Bullying, Harassment, and Intimidation


To report incidents of Bullying, Harassment, or Intimidation go to our SafeSchools Website.  Or you can contact our compliance officer & school principal
Mr. Dickinson
or click here for email.

We work together to help all students understand what defines Bullying Behavior and the importance of reporting the behavior so staff can take action to help students feel safe.

The biggest barrier we face in stopping bullying is fear of getting someone in trouble or fear of retaliation for reporting.  We encourage students to report all behavior.  We will then investigate to determine the nature of the bullying and appropriate problem solving and consequences for the behavior.

Download the Bully Definitions and Procedures document here.

Download the Harassment, Bullying, and Intimidation Reporting form here.

Bullying includes a wide variety of behaviors, but all involve an imbalance of power, a person or a group trying to harm someone who is weaker or more vulnerable; thus, causing a victim to feel unsafe and the behavior keeps happening. It can involve direct attacks (such as hitting, threatening or intimidating, maliciously teasing and taunting, name-calling, making sexual remarks, stealing or damaging belongings, gestures, and other non-verbal communication) or more subtle, indirect attacks (such as spreading rumors or encouraging others to reject or exclude someone).

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