What are the consequences for students who have violated the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights?

  • Consequences and intervention strategies that result from an investigation are highly variable and highly individualized. Consequences and intervention strategies may include, but are not limited to, parent conferences, loss of privileges, school detentions, counseling, class lessons, etc. There is no pre-determined consequence for any child involved in a violation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights. All consequences are developmentally appropriate and take into consideration the whole child.