Bullying & Cyber-Bullying: Intervention & Resources

Bullying is characterized by aggressive behavior or
intentional harm that is repeatedly carried out over time.
The imbalance of power, real or perceived is a factor. 

If we can be of assistance or answer general questions please call (775)850-8012

If you would like, you may also contact Civil Rights Compliance Director

Resources for Bullying, Cyberbullying & Sexting

State of Nevada Department of Education
Tips for students:

If bullied, tell your parents, teachers and/or school administrators.

Telling is NOT tattling if you feel hurt or scared. It is reporting

Do not retaliate or get even

Respond evenly without losing your temper and in a firm voice or say nothing and get away.

Stand by each other. If you watch, laugh, or ignore, you are part of the problem. It is your school!!!!

Act Confident

Be aware of your surroundings no matter where you are

Avoid unsupervised areas

Do not bring expensive items to school



Tips for schools:

Establish a Bully prevention committee and include

counselors, teachers, parents, students and administration

Create a plan to handle student concerns and reporting

Teach tips for dealing with bullying and resolving conflicts to ALL your students

Establish classroom and school rules against bullying

Establish positive and negative consequences that you enforce for everyone

Get bystanders motivated to help by reporting safely and confidentially, befriending or

understanding victims, listening to each other and understanding how to deal with conflicts and emotions appropriately 

Friends showing bullying behaviors can usually be stopped by their own friends too

Facilitate the development of trusting relationships between

each student and at least one adult