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Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. What happens when a bullying accusation is made?
Q2. What are the possible steps?
Q3. If I report that my child is bullied, how do I know the administration took it seriously and did something about it?
Q4. What if the bullying doesn't stop?
Q5. Why can't the district just expel students who are bullies?
Q6. I've heard media reports with parents upset about bullying issues. Are these accurate?
Q7. 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?
Q8. What is the chain of command when it comes to bullying reports?
Q9. What is bullying?
Q10. Who can I contact if I can't get the help I need?
Q11. What is Tucson Unified doing to prevent bullying?
to a Report of Bullying, Intimidation or Harassment
Governing Board Policy JICK
The principal shall promptly investigate all reports of bullying. If the principal determines that bullying has occurred, discipline shall be administered pursuant to Board Policies and the Guidelines for Student Rights and Responsibilities to ensure that such conduct stops. Regardless of the outcome of the investigation the principal or other school administrator will meet with the involved students to review the findings of the investigation. Subject to the restrictions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) set out in Policy JR, the parent(s) or guardian(s) of the involved students shall also be informed of the findings of the investigation.