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The following is from the JISD Student Code of Conduct:
 

"Bullying is prohibited by the district and could include hazing, threats, taunting, teasing, confinement, assault, demands for money, destruction of property, theft of valued possessions, name-calling, rumor-spreading, or ostracism.  In some cases, bullying can occur through electronic methods, called “cyberbullying.”

If a student believes that he or she has experienced bullying or has witnessed bullying of another student, it is important for the student or parent to notify a teacher, counselor, principal, or another district employee as soon as possible to obtain assistance and intervention.  The administration will investigate any allegations of bullying or other related misconduct. 

If the results of an investigation indicate that bullying has occurred, the administration will take appropriate disciplinary action.  Disciplinary or other action may be taken even if the conduct did not rise to the level of bullying.  The district will also contact the parents of the victim and of the student who was found to have engaged in the bullying.  Available counseling options will be provided to these individuals, as well as to any students who have been identified as witnesses to the bullying.

Any retaliation against a student who reports an incident of bullying is prohibited.

The principal may, in response to an identified case of bullying, decide to transfer a student found to have engaged in bullying to another classroom at the campus.  In consultation with the student’s parent, the student may also be transferred to another campus in the district.  The parent of a student who has been determined by the district to be a victim of bullying may request that his or her child be transferred to another classroom or campus within the district. 

A copy of the district’s policy is available in the principal’s office, superintendent’s office, and on the district’s Web site.

A student or parent who is dissatisfied with the outcome of an investigation may appeal through policy FNG(LOCAL)."