Bullying Rubric

  • South Allegheny Bullying Rubric

     

     

     

    Behavior

    1st Offense

    2nd Offense

    3rd Offense or more

    Non-Verbal

    Meeting with guidance counselor.

    Peer mediation or written warning.  Student calls parent.

    (1 day) After school detention.  Student calls parent.

     

    Verbal

    Guidance Referral, Peer mediation, (1 day) After school detention.  Student calls parent.

    (2 days ) After school detention.  Student calls parent.

     

    Discipline Referral, possible level II violation of the school policy.

    Physical

    Discipline Referral, possible level II violation of the school policy.

    Discipline Referral, possible level II/III violation of the school policy.

    Alternative probation with a possible alternative setting.

    Cyber (during school hours)

    Peer mediation, (1 day) After school detention.  Student calls parent.

    Discipline Referral, possible level II violation of the school policy.

    Discipline Referral, possible level II violation of the school policy.

     

    Psychological or Relational- involves spreading rumors, manipulating social relationships, and engaging in social exclusion or intimidation.

    Verbal- includes taunting, malicious teasing, name-calling, and making threats.

    Physical- the most commonly known form includes hitting, kicking, spitting, pushing and taking personal belongings.

    Cyberbullying- forms of verbal and psychological bullying may also occur on the Internet through e-mail, instant messaging, or personal profile web sites such as My Space, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.  Cyberbullying includes, but is not limited to the following misuses of technology:  harassing, teasing, intimidating, threatening, or terrorizing another student, teacher or employee of the district by sending or posting inappropriate or derogatory e-mail messages, instant messages, text messages, digital pictures or images, or web site postings (including blogs).  All forms of cyberbullying are unacceptable and, to the extent that such actions are disruptive of the educational process of the district, offenders shall be the subject of appropriate discipline, which may include legal and/ or police proceedings.