Bullying Incident Report

Hilliard City School District is committed to providing a culture of respect that provides a safe and caring learning environment for all students. Therefore, harassment, intimidation, and/or discrimination of any student, staff member, or other individuals by any person or group will not be tolerated on school property or at any school-sponsored activity.

To report an incident of bullying, harassment, or discrimination please complete an incident report form. All complaints will be promptly forwarded to the building principal/designee for review and action.

Harassment/Intimidation Defined : Hazing, bullying and/or dating violence means any two incidents of intentional written, verbal, graphic or physical acts, including electronically transmitted acts, either overt or covert, by a student or group of students toward other students/school personnel with the intent to haze, harass, intimidate, injure, threaten, ridicule or humiliate.

Examples of bullying: Hazing and/or dating violence may include: physical violence and/or attacks; threats, taunts and intimidation through words and/or gestures; extortion, damage or stealing of money and/or possessions; exclusion from peer group or spreading rumors; repetitive and hostile behavior with intent to harm others through the use of information and communication technologies, also known as cyber bullying.




  • The Bully of Barkham Street by Mary Stolz
  • Simon’s Hook: A story about teases and put-downs by K.G
  • Stick up for Yourself: Every Kid’s Guide to Personal Power and Positive Self-Esteem by Gershen Kaufman, Ph.D.
  • Cliques, Phonies, & Other Baloney by Trevor Romain
  • Dealing with Bullying by Marianne Johnston
  • Why is Everybody Always Picking on Me by Terrence Webster-Doyle
  • Bullies are a A Pain in the Brain by Trevor Romain
  • Stand Tall Molly Lou Melon by Patty Lovell
  • Alley Oops by Janice Levy, Cynthia B. Decker
  • Betty Stops the Bully by Lawrence E. Shapiro, Ph.D
  • Bullying, Suicide, and Homicide by Butch Losey
  • The Bully, The bullied, and the Bystander: From preschool to high school – How Parents and Teachers Can Help Break the Cycle by Barbara Coloroso

In compliance with House Bill 276 and district policy:

School Year 2014-15

First Semester Incidents Total = 17

School Year 2013-14

First Semester Incidents Total = 2 Second Semester Incidents Total = 3

School Year 2012-13

First Semester Incidents Total = 5 Second Semester Incidents Total = 8

School Year 2011-12

First Semester Incidents Total = 12 Second Semester Incidents Total = 27

School Year 2010-11

First Semester Incidents Total = 16 Second Semester Incidents Total = 16

School Year 2009-10

First Semester Incidents Total = 4 Second Semester Incidents Total= 9

School Year 2008-09

First Semester Incidents Total = 3 Second Semester Incidents Total = 0

School Year 2007-08

First Semester Incidents Total = 3 Second Semester Incidents Total = 5