Bullying Incident Report Form

It is the policy of the Liberty Board of Education that any form of bullying behavior, whether in the classroom, on school property, to and from school or at school-sponsored events, is expressly forbidden.
What is Bullying? Bullying is an act that occurs more than once. Use of one's strength or status to intimidate, injure, or humiliate another person of lesser strength or status.
Bullying can be physical, verbal, or social.
Physical bullying involves physical injury or threat of injury to someone.
Verbal bullying refers to teasing or insulting someone.
Social bullying refers to the use of peer rejection or exclusion to humiliate or isolate a victim.
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    Warning: Given the nature of harassing behavior, the school recognizes that false accusations can have serious effects on innocent individuals. Therefore, all students are expected to act responsibly, honestly and with the utmost candor whenever they present harassment allegations of charges.