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What is Bullying?

Bullying is:

When these things happen again and again to someone and it is hard for the student being bullied to stop these things from happening


Exclusion: Being ignored, left out on purpose on not allowed to join in.


Physical: Being hit, kicked, or pushed around.


Lies or Rumors: Lies or nasty stories are told about someone to make others not like them.


Threats: Being made afraid of getting hurt


Verbal Abuse: teasing someone to make them feel bad; unworthy or less than others. 


A power struggle bullying is done by someone who is trying to be popular, powerful or accepted by making others feel bad, afraid or unworthy