Edison Anti-Bullying

Definition of Bullying:  According to SR&R, bullying is physical or psychological harassment on the part of one or more students towards another.  In addition, an act can be considered bullying when a person or a group of people repeatedly uses words or actions to intentionally cause physical or emotional harm to another person.

Examples of Bullying Behavior

• Physical bullying – repeated pushing, bumping, or other unwanted physical contact designed and intended to harm, embarrass, or demean another student.
• Verbal bullying – repeated teasing, name-calling, use of profanity towards another individual, or harmful gossip.
• Relational bullying – repeated intimidation, humiliation, exclusion, or social isolation.
• Cyber bullying – repeatedly takes place electronically through text messaging or on social networks.
*** If you believe that the behavior you have either experienced or witnessed is bullying – please fill out: 

To report an incident of bullying please use theAnonymous Bullying Report Form


Anti-Bullying Resources

Bullying (National Crime Prevention Council)
Bully No More
Cyberbullying (National Crime Prevention Council) 
Pacer Center
Stop Bullying