What is Bullying?. Unwelcome verbal, written, electronic, or physical contact directed at a student by another student(s), or by an adult that has an intent to: Create fear, psychological harm, or physical harm Damage / extort personal or academic property
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Unwelcome verbal, written, electronic, or physical contact directed at a student by another student(s), or by an adult that has an intent to:
The DEP denotes 4 types of bullying:
3. Covert (dirty looks, rumors, exclusion,…)
We all must work together to prevent:
Zero Tolerance Policy!!!
Remaining a bystander is NOT acceptable!
All bullying reports will be taken seriously and promptly investigated!!!
CDMS plans to implement anti-bullying events throughout the school year to help establish and maintain a school climate of respect. If you have any suggestions for events that may help promote a safe school united against bullying, please share them with the administration.
Bullying is an issue in today’s American schools. It is important to recognize it exists and understand avenues for ‘surviving’ or reducing bullying. Taking a proactive approach can help support and educate our students. Please view the video below for an inspirational story about how one community changed the negative cycle of bullying to save a young man’s life.
Bullied Teen Turned Survivor (CBS News Special Report)