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November 2022 - Volume 3

What is Bullying?

Bullying is when someone uses is or her strength or "power" to control someone else. Sometimes this happens when someone hurts or scares another person on purpose, and the person begin bullied has a hard time defending himself or herself. Usually, bullying happens over and over.
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Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying involves sending or posting hurtful, embarrassing, or threatening text or images using the internet, cell phones, or other digital communication devices. Using these technologies, cyberbullies can reach a wide group of people very quickly. Their goal: TO DAMAGE THEIR VICTIM'S REPUTATION AND FRIENDSHIPS.


Cyberbullying can involve:


  • Spreading rumors or posting false or private information
  • Getting other people to post or send hurtful messages
  • Excluding someone from an online group
Dealing With Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying and Social Networks Statistics - NoBullying.com

David's Law

This law allows schools to combat and prevent cyberbullying by empowering them to investigate and address off-campus cyber-assisted bullying if it materially affects the school environment. “David’s Law” requires school districts to include cyberbullying in their district bullying policies and notify a child’s parents if he or she is a victim or alleged aggressor of bullying. It allows for schools to collaborate with law enforcement when serious or life-threatening cyberbullying situations arise. “David’s Law” gives parents and courts new tools to protect cyberbullying victims and strengthens options for schools and prosecutors in dealing with some of the most egregious forms of cyberbullying, such as suicide baiting. In recognition of bullying as a mental health issue, “David’s Law” also encourages schools to invest in counseling and rehabilitation services for both victims and aggressors of bullying.
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When does bullying happen? and Where do kids bully in your school?

Bullying is most likely to happen at school rather than on the way to or from school. One reason for this is that there is more time to bully someone during the school day than in the brief time before or after school.


Bullying can happen anywhere and at any time in school. Kids who bully, usually do so when there are fewer supervisors and a greater number of students to supervise such as during lunch time or at recess.

Social Bullying

What is Social Bullying?

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D.A.T.A. (Design and Technology Academy)

To apply to the Design and Technology Academy at Roosevelt High School click on the link above.

Good evening NEISD 8th grade families,

Does your student have dreams of working in animation, video game design, film, graphic design, or the visual arts? Would your child excel in a smaller learning environment with a rigorous curriculum? Then we encourage you to apply today to NEISD's premier magnet program: The Design and Technology Academy (DATA)!


The Design and Technology Academy is a comprehensive 6th-12th grade program focused on empowering lifelong learners through creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking. We are creating the future through design.


When you join the DATA family, students can expect:

  • Innovative, engaging lessons that stretch their thinking
  • Small, student-focused learning environments
  • Passionate teachers
  • Technology-rich experiences
  • Opportunities to unleash their creativity

If this sounds like the right learning environment for your child, then fill out an application to join our DATA family today! Applications close on February 6th.

The DATA Experience

"Student Shadow Day" December 1st.

Thursday, Dec. 1st, 9pm

5110 Walzem Road

San Antonio, TX

We have our next student shadow day on December 1st. You can sign up HERE.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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