General Statement of Policy Prohibiting Bullying
Bullying is hurtful and we do not tolerate it at our school. It can be hard to tell an adult about bullying. Some kids worry that they will be called a "tattletale." Telling is not being a tattletale. Telling, which adults call reporting, is a good thing to do. If you or another student has been bullied or hurt, or you are worried that you or another student could be bullied or hurt in the future, tell a teacher or another adult at your school. The adults will help you.
You can fill out this form to tell school staff about bullying that has happened this school year. Once you've filled this out, it will be sent to our school counselor, Mrs. Reyna.
We know it can be scary to tell or "report" bullying, so you do not have to include your name on this form. However, the counselor or the principal may want to ask more questions about this, so including your name will help them look into the problem.