Bully Report
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Stand Up Against Bullying.  The Whitewater Unified School District strives to provide a safe, secure and respectful learning environment for all students in school buildings, on school grounds and school buses and at school-sponsored activities. Bullying has a harmful impact socially (with classmates), physically (affecting the body), psychologically (affecting feelings and emotions) and academically (relating to school work) on bullies, victims and bystanders. Bullies would describe those doing the bullying, victims or targets are people targeted by the bully and bystanders are other people who see the bullying occurring. The school district works very hard to address bullying so that there is no disruption to the learning environment and learning process. Consequences for bullying behavior may include: suspension, expulsion or referral to law enforcement.

Bullying is different from conflict. Conflict occurs when: people disagree, want two different things, and get frustrated or angry with each other. Bullying is deliberate or intentional behavior using words or actions intended to cause fear, intimidation or harm. Bullying may be repeated behavior and involves imbalance of power- meaning that one person seeks to or has more power over the other person. The behavior may be motivated by an actual or perceived distinguishing characteristic, such as, but not limited to: age; national origin; race; ethnicity; religion; gender; gender identity; sexual orientation; physical attributes; physical or mental ability or disability; and social, economic or family status.

Bully behavior can be:  Physical: (e.g. hitting or punching, kicking, theft, threatening behavior) Verbal: (e.g. threatening or intimidating language, teasing or name-calling, racist remarks) Indirect: (e.g. spreading cruel rumors, intimidation through gestures, social exclusion and sending insulting messages or pictures by mobile phone or using the Internet- also known as cyber bullying) Students at Whitewater Middle School are encouraged to report any incident of bullying they see to a school administrator, school counselor or teacher. Information can also be reported on the Bully Report Form below. The information will be electronically sent directly to your counselor.
 

 
Instructions: Fill in the Bully Report Form to the best of your ability. When you click on "send", a copy of this form will be electronically forwarded to the school counselor.
 
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  Send a copy of the completed form to this email address : 


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