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Bullies tear down,

Friends build up
By Raul Pulido, Omar Rios, David Soto
Definition of Bullying
The definition of bullying is a person who seeks harm, intimidates, or coerces
another person. But to us there is more behind that, a bully is person that inflicts
self conscious in another person. Many of us are easily offended, when we are
easily offended we put to thought if we truly have those “defects” that make us
different.
EDHS Bullying Policy
Prohibits:

● Unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation


● Bullying of any student based on their race, color, ancestry, national origin,
ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parent status, physical or
mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender
expression.
EDHS Bullying Policy (Continued)
If any student sees any for of bullying on campus they should immediately report to
administration or a staff member.

If any form of bullying does occur there will be consequences, disciplines such as:

● Counseling, Suspension and/or Expulsion.


Examples of Bullying
The different types of bullying:

➢ Physical
➢ Verbal
➢ Social
➢ Cyber
➢ Sexual
➢ Prejudicial
➢ Relational Aggression
Advice
This issue of bullying is a nationwide epidemic and with every issue comes solutions. One situation of bullying has

three people involved that all need to address the problem to get help to solve it; the bully, the bullied, and the

bystander.

A bully usually commits harm towards another to person to release emotions they have inside. These bullies need to

be recognized to get to someone they can talk to about there problems so they can release their emotions by speaking

and writing rather than violence.


Conclusion
Bullying is a problem that is still going on today and needs to be stopped as soon as possible. It also

needs to be talked about more because a lot of victims feel alone and leads them into things like

depression, self-harm, and suicide. Bullying may not be the most simple thing to get rid of but it definitely

needs more attention so we can reduce it as much as possible. The ability to hurt others an abusive

power and that needs to stop being an option.


Work Cited
“Types Of Bullying | National Centre Against Bullying.” NCAB,
www.ncab.org.au/bullying-advice/bullying-for-parents/types-of-bullying/.

Gordon, Sherri. “6 Types of Bullying Parents Should Know About.” Verywell Family, Verywellfamily, 30 Mar. 2019,
www.verywellfamily.com/types-of-bullying-parents-should-know-about-4153882.