For Students

If you are being bullied, know someone who is being bullied or know of a person or group who is bullying others, please call the CCSD Bully Hotline at 877-250-279024 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Tips to avoid being bullied:

  • Avoid the bully
  • Stand Tall
  • Speak loudly, "No! Stop! I don't like that!"
  • Stay with friends or adults


If you know someone who is being bullied…
  • Become a friend to the victim.
  • If you don’t want to be their friend, at least walk away.
  • Don’t be a silent participant
  • Don’t encourage the bully by laughing or joining in.
  • If you feel safe, tell the bully to stop.
  • Encourage the bullied student to talk to someone about what happened.
  • Tell an adult.



The use of electronic devices to send or post hurtful, embarrassing text or images intended to create anxiety, intimidation, or emotional distress in another person (Essex, 2012).


Bullying is wrong

  • Bulling
  • Cyberbullying
  • Watching someone get bullied without trying to help
  • Laughing or helping to hurt the victim either physically or emotionally



The principal will decide one or more of the following consequences for bullying:
1. Counseling
2. Anger Management
3. Support Group
4. Suspension
5. Expulsion

Useful Links:

Stop bullying

Helpful facts and information

Monkey has a problem

What happens next (Game)

How to help someone being bullied