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Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. What happens when a bullying accusation is made?
Q2. If I report that my child is bullied, how do I know the administration took it seriously and did something about it?
Q3. What if the bullying doesn't stop?
Q4. What if I don't want my child to remain in an environment I feel is unsafe while this investigation happens? Or what if I think my school isn't doing enough and I want my child to leave?
Q5. Who can I contact if I can't get the help I need?
Q6. What is Tucson Unified doing to prevent bullying?
Q7. What are the possible steps?
Q8. Why can't the district just expel students who are bullies?
Q9. What is the chain of command when it comes to bullying reports?
Q10. What is bullying?
Report it! Use the School Safety Tip Line
Bullying ends here. If you see or hear bullying,
report it through our Tip Line
Keeping Our Schools Safe
Information and Resources
Presentation from April 8, 2017 Event (in PDF)
Anti-Bullying Quiz (in PDF)
Bullying in Schools (in PDF)
HA HA SO Strategies (in PDF)
Restorative Practices Teacher Survey (in PDF)
Strategies of Intervention for Bystanders (in PDF)
Classroom activities, free resources, tip sheets, and much more can also be found at the following websites:
Cyberbulling - Overview for Students, Parents, and Teachers