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  1. page Cyberbullying Final Survey edited Today you are going to take a survey. This survey will tell us what you have learned and how you f…
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  3. msg Cyber Laws/ policies message posted Cyber Laws/ policies What is PV's policy? Harassment and abuse are violations of school districts policies, rules and…
    Cyber Laws/ policies
    What is PV's policy?

    Harassment and abuse are violations of school districts policies, rules and regulatiosn and in some cases may also be a violation of criminal or other laws. The school district has the authority to report students violating its rule to law enforcement officials. This includes student to student, school employee to student, student to employee, and school employee to school employee.

    What are some policies from surrounding schools?



    What kind of laws do other states hav in place to address bullying and cyberbullying?
    Colorado - any written or verbal expression or physical act or gesture that is intendended to cause distress upon one or more student.
    Vermont - $500 find for cyberbullying
    Washington - focuses on electronics
    Maryland - focuses on gays
    Missiouri - misdemenor for cyberbullying
    Rhode Island - Sponsored a bill to bullying.
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  4. page Cyber-rules and Laws edited Cyber-bullying Laws and Rules According to Iowa law, all school boards, public and those of accred…
    Cyber-bullying Laws and Rules
    According to Iowa law, all school boards, public and those of accredited non-public schools, were to have an anti-bullying/anti-harassment policy adopted on or before September 1, 2007. This Iowa law defines what bullying is and requires schools to have a specific policy that describes:
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    bullying behavior. Suspension and Expulsion
    2) a
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    bullying behavior. Tell a teacher, adult or adminstrator.
    3) a
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    investigate complaints. Follow up on complaints. Address the parties.
    Today, you are going on an internet scavenger hunt. Get out your laptops and search for the following information. Share your findings with your Pack leader and have him or her post to this wiki.
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    Valley's policy? Suspension
    Falls under harassment policy. School
    can result from it from teachers or lose thier job. Expulsion can result for studentsreport to law enforcement officals. Students being harassed should write down what happens, and have proof of it.
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    surrounding schools? Up to school policies.
    What

    alot of the same things as our school.
    What
    kinds of
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    cyber-bullying behavior? Washington they force schools to adopt policies that prohibit
    Several states require employee training on
    bullying students verbally or electronically.prevention.
    states include Georigia, West Virginia, New Hampshire, Oklahoma,Washington, West Virginia.

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  5. page Cyber-rules and Laws edited Cyber-bullying Laws and Rules According to Iowa law, all school boards, public and those of accred…
    Cyber-bullying Laws and Rules
    According to Iowa law, all school boards, public and those of accredited non-public schools, were to have an anti-bullying/anti-harassment policy adopted on or before September 1, 2007. This Iowa law defines what bullying is and requires schools to have a specific policy that describes:
    ...
    bullying behavior. Suspension and Expulsion
    2) a
    ...
    bullying behavior. Tell a teacher, adult or adminstrator.
    3) a
    ...
    investigate complaints. Follow up on complaints. Address the parties.
    Today, you are going on an internet scavenger hunt. Get out your laptops and search for the following information. Share your findings with your Pack leader and have him or her post to this wiki.
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    Valley's policy?
    What
    Suspension can result from it from teachers or lose thier job. Expulsion can result for students
    What
    are some
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    surrounding schools? Up to school policies.
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    cyber-bullying behavior?
    No Name Necessary Says:
    Prairie Valley's policy is "tell the person to stop, but if
    Washington they don't then you report itforce schools to Mr. Hammen or another member of staff. You will then fill out a complaint, and Mr. Hammen will look over it and speak with the other person. If they still don't stop, then the law may get involved." We were unable to find other school's official policies, but they are probably very similar to Prairie Valley's policy. In Idaho, school officials can suspendadopt policies that prohibit bullying students if they bulliedverbally or harassed other students using a telephone or computer. Missouri has also toughened their laws on the matter, upgrading their cyber-harassment laws from a misdemeanor to a Class D felony.electronically.
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  6. page Cyber-rules and Laws edited ... What are some policies from surrounding schools? What kinds of laws to other states have in …
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    What are some policies from surrounding schools?
    What kinds of laws to other states have in place to address bullying and cyber-bullying behavior?
    No Name Necessary Says:
    Prairie Valley's policy is "tell the person to stop, but if they don't then you report it to Mr. Hammen or another member of staff. You will then fill out a complaint, and Mr. Hammen will look over it and speak with the other person. If they still don't stop, then the law may get involved." We were unable to find other school's official policies, but they are probably very similar to Prairie Valley's policy. In Idaho, school officials can suspend students if they bullied or harassed other students using a telephone or computer. Missouri has also toughened their laws on the matter, upgrading their cyber-harassment laws from a misdemeanor to a Class D felony.

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