School Bullying Report

Last Updated: April 28, 2024

School Bullying Report

On November 12, 2024, at approximately 11:30 AM, during recess at Lincoln Elementary School, a bullying incident occurred involving three students in the playground area. The incident was initially observed by a teaching assistant, Mrs. Linda Green, who noticed a group of students surrounding another student, later identified as 8-year-old Kevin Smith.

According to eyewitness accounts from Mrs. Green and several students, Kevin was being verbally taunted and physically blocked from leaving the circle by his peers, namely Jake Miller and two unidentified students. The verbal taunts included derogatory remarks about Kevin’s appearance and unfounded accusations about him stealing personal items from classmates.

Mrs. Green immediately intervened, dispersing the group and escorting Kevin to the principal’s office for a detailed account of the incident. Kevin reported that this was not the first occurrence and that similar incidents had happened on multiple occasions over the past month, primarily involving the same group of students.

Following the initial report, Principal Susan Choi conducted interviews with all parties involved, including Jake Miller, the identified students, and several witnesses. Jake admitted to the taunting but claimed it was in jest. The other students provided varying accounts, some corroborating Kevin’s version of events.

As a result of the investigation, it was determined that the incident constituted bullying as defined by the school’s code of conduct. Immediate actions taken included:

Informing the parents of all students involved in the incident.
Implementing a one-week in-school suspension for Jake Miller and counseling sessions for all parties involved to address the behavior and its impacts.
Establishing a monitoring plan to observe interactions between the students involved to prevent further incidents.
Additionally, the school has decided to implement a series of anti-bullying workshops and presentations for the entire student body, aimed at promoting a culture of respect and empathy among students. These measures are designed not only to address the current incident but also to prevent future occurrences of bullying within the school community.

This report will be filed in the students’ records and revisited in follow-up meetings with the parents and school counselors to ensure the well-being of Kevin and to monitor the behavior of the students involved. Lincoln Elementary School is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment for all students, and this incident serves as a reminder of the importance of vigilance and proactive measures in combating bullying.

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