• HIB Behavior

     

    Consequences


    Verbal bullying behaviors

     Such as --

    • Name-calling

    • Making fun of others

    • Putting others down

    •  Intimidating others

    • Threatening others

    • Encouraging others to participate in any of these behaviors

    • Any verbal behavior that makes someone else feel bad

     

    First time

    • Student will miss break and/or lunch recess

    • Student will complete a reflection worksheet

    • Student may be required to call home

    • More serious consequences may be applied if referring staff and an administrator determine the behavior is more serious

    Record of the incident will be kept at school

     

    Second time

    • Student will miss multiple lunch recesses and breaks

    • Student will call home

    • Student will create a behavior plan subject to staff approval

    • More serious consequences may be applied (including suspension) if an administrator determines the behavior is more serious

    • Record of the incident will be filed at school and on-line

     

    Third + time

    • Student will miss at least 3-5 lunch recesses and breaks

    • Student will call home

    • Student will create a behavior plan subject to staff approval

    • More serious consequences will be applied (including suspension)if the behavior is severe

    • Record of the incident will be filed at school and on-line


    Exclusion bullying behaviors

    Such as --

    • Starting and/or spreading rumors

    •  Telling others not to be friends with someone

    •Intentionally not allowing others to participate in classroom or playground activities

    • Encouraging others to participate in any of these behaviors

    • Any other action that would cause someone to be without friends


    Non-verbal bullying behaviors

    Such as --

    • Written acts of bullying behavior listed above

    • Any writing or posting (includes emails, blogs, texts,or other forms of electronic posting) that makes someone feel bad or encourages others to participate in bullying behaviors

    • Gesturing, posturing, dirty looks, and any other body language that makes someone feel bad or that is intimidating or threatening.

    • Using gestures, posturing, dirty looks or any other body language that encourages others to participate in bullying behaviors

    • Allowing a friend or another person in your presence to engage in any bullying behaviors without personally trying to stand-up for another, or report the incident to an adult.

     

     



     



    Physical

    Such as --

    • Pushing

    • Slapping

    • Grabbing

    • Blocking

    • Tripping

    • Pinching

    • Chasing

    • Horseplay

    • Encouraging others to engage in these behaviors

    • Any other behaviors that may injure others



    Retaliation

    Such as --

    •   Any verbal, exclusion, non-verbal, or physical behaviors that are are taken against those that have stood up to or have reported bullying behaviors

    •   Encouraging others to engage in retaliation behaviors


     

     

     

    Severe HIB 

    Examples -
    • Hitting or punching with a closed fist

    • Spitting

    • Biting

    • Using an object to inflict bodily harm

    • Encouraging others to engage in these behaviors

    • Any other behaviors that cause injury

    • Repetitive HIB behavior is considered Severe HIB behavior

     


      
            
    Consequences for Severe HIB
    • Automatic student referral to an administrator

    o   An administrator will determine consequences , including suspension or expulsion

    •   Record of incident will be filed on-line and formal letter sent to parents
    • Criminal behavior will be reported to law enforcement