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What is Bullying?

Practically speaking, bullying is an unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. Behaviors are repeated or have the potential to be repeated, over time, most often away from the eyes and ears of adults. There are four types of bullying: verbal bullying, social bullying, cyber-bullying, and physical bullying. Read more...

Bullying Report Form

Click here  to report a bullying incident in grades Pre-K-12.
 
 

Tips to Help Stop and Prevent Bullying


We've recently reviewed the recommendations issued by the U. S. Departments of Education, Justice, and our State Superintendent Dr. Carey Wright. While the statement provides guidance about how to address gender identity, we think that this is an issue that will ultimately be resolved by the courts. TPSD has always worked to ensure that our students and our employees are safe in all spaces on our campuses and will continue to have procedures in place that safeguard every one of our students. 
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