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Harassment Intimidation and Bullying

The Board of Education prohibits acts of harassment, intimidation, or bullying of a student. A safe and civil environment in school is necessary for students to learn and achieve high academic standards. Harassment, intimidation, or bullying, like other disruptive or violent behaviors, is conduct that disrupts both a student’s ability to learn and a school’s ability to educate its students in a safe and disciplined environment. Harassment, intimidation, or bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior that may involve a real or perceived power imbalance. Since students learn by example, school administrators, faculty, staff and volunteers should be commended for demonstrating appropriate behavior, treating others with civility and respect, and refusing to tolerate harassment, intimidation, or bullying.

Families and caregivers may complete the ‚ÄčHIB Incident Form For Families and confidentially email the completed form to your school's Anti-Bullying Specialist. You may also submit online anonymously.

Nicole DiTota

Director of Special Services, District Anti-Bullying Coordinator, District 504 Coordinator, ESL Coordinator

Kara Fleming

School Counselor, Anti-Bullying Specialist
Bayberry Elementary School

Lauryn MacLeod

School Counselor, Anti-Bullying Specialist
Valley View Middle School

NJDOE State School Climate Coordinator



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