Hitting, pushing, punching, jumping or any forceful physical intent to harm another person.
Relational Bullying – Bullies often exclude others from a group, spread rumors, manipulate situations, and break confidences.
Touching someone inappropriately, lifting up someone’s clothing, and or rape and showing/sharing inappropriate photos etc. It also includes sexual name-calling, crude comments, vulgar gestures, uninvited touching, sexual propositioning, and pornographic materials.
Texting/harassing messages Placing photos/stories about students that discredit their image or reputations. Group chats online about students that are harmful and threatening to their image or reputation.
Emotional bullying is the use of words to mock, shock, tease, or ostracize another person. This type of bullying can be even more damaging, in the long run, than physical harm.
Racial slurs, making fun of hair textures, skin color etc. When someone thinks you’re lower in rank, because of your color, ethnicity or perceived ethnicity, nationality or race. This can result in them treating you differently or unfairly.