What is cyberbullying?
An example of cyberbullying is students sending mean or rude messages through social media to another student. This can happen anonymously. We can help prevent cyberbullying by informing students of consequences and warning how this hurts the person who is being cyberbullied.
Cyberbullying can occur through text messages or private messages sent from one person to another.
Cyberbullying can also happen through social media such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Cyberbullying can even happen through e-mail accounts.
If your child feels as if they are being cyberbullied, it is important that the parent inform the school of what is going on.
It is the school's responsibility to keep all students safe and keep all students in a safe environment.
If you see someone being cyberbullied, it is important to let a parent or teacher know so the issue can be addressed.
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