2. Bullying/Cyberbullying

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Any on-going behavior directed at or about a student that is degrading, humiliating, malicious or defamatory. Behaviors may occur in person, in print, via electronic means or through social networking (cyber-bullying). Examples include, but are not limited to: ongoing pranks or ridicule directed against an individual, graffiti, posting insults against a student in a public setting or on any website.

Repeated and/or severe actions that intimidate or intentionally harm or control another person physically and/or emotionally. Examples of bullying and cyberbullying include:
a. Sending mean or inappropriate text messages and emails;
b. Posting humiliating pictures of someone else online for others to see; or
c. Starting or perpetuating degrading rumors about another person.

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