At Queen Elizabeth School, student behavior is rooted in the
expectation that all students will respect the rights, individuality, and
property of others. All students have a
right to learn, the right to feel safe, and the right to personal space
“Bullying” is repeated and hostile or demeaning behavior by an
individual in the community where the behavior is intended to cause harm,
fear or distress to one or more other individuals in the community,
including psychological harm or harm to an individual’s reputation.
We expect students to be honorable citizens within and around
the Queen Elizabeth School community by being respectful of the environment
and each other neighbors in and around our school.
In Canada, the third week in November is devoted to Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week.
For more information, go to Safe and Caring Schools &
Cyberbullying is defined as intentionally using technology such
as emails, social networking, texts, cell phones, instant messaging to
harass, defame, offend, and insult other individuals. It is intentional
hostile, aggressive behavior toward another individual or group of