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Bullying, harassment, and intimidation are serious and will not be tolerated

Bullying, harassment, and intimidation are serious and will not be tolerated. Below is a link to a form to report alleged harassment and intimidation (bullying) that occurred on school property; at a school-sponsored activity or event off school property; on a school bus; or on the way to and/or from school*, in the current school year. If you are a student victim, the parent/guardian of a student victim, a close adult relative of a student victim, or a school staff member and wish to report an incident of alleged bullying, harassment or intimidation, complete this form and return it to the Dean of Students at Woodstock Academy. Contact the school for additional information or assistance at any time.

This form is to be confidentially maintained in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 20 U.S.C. § 1232g.

*All incidences will be investigated, but not every incident will result in school discipline.

Definition of Bullying

Bullying-Effective 2008, the definition of “bullying” means any overt acts by a student or a group of students directed against another student with the intent to ridicule, harass, humiliate or intimidate the other student while on school grounds, at a school-sponsored activity or on a school bus where acts are repeated more than once against any student during the school year. Such bullying policies may include provisions addressing bullying outside of the school setting if it has a direct and negative impact on a student’s academic performance or safety in school.

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