The definition of bullying according to the Student Code of Conduct is as follows:SYSTEMATICALLY AND CHRONICALLY, inflicting physical hurt or psychological distress on one or more students or employees, often characterized by an imbalance of power and is unwanted, purposeful and REPEATED through written, verbal, nonverbal, physical behavior, electronic communication or the use of technology, by a student or adult that is SEVERE OR PERVASIVE enough to create an INTIMIDATING, HOSTILE or OFFENSIVE ENVIRONMENT AND SUBSTANTIALLY INTERFERES WITH THE INDIVIDUAL'S PERFORMANCE OR PARTICIPATION.BULLYING PREVENTION RESOURCES FOR PARENTSBOOKS:
- Bullies Are a Pain in the Brain by Trevor Romain
- The Safe Child Book by Sherryll Kraizer, Ph.D.
- Committee for Children - Offers info, curriculum, and videos addressing violence prevention, impulse control, and conflict resolution for use at home or in K-8 classrooms. Call 1-800-634-4449 or write for free list of products and services. 2815 Second Ave., Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98121