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Q. What does HIB mean?
A. HIB is an acronym for Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying
Q. My child told me he/she has a bully. Who do I tell first?
A. Yourself. Keeping a journal of your child's bully experience is a critical first step in keeping track of key dates, names and details. Next, contact your child's teacher and any adult that witnessed the event. Sending an urgent email or meeting request should initiate the process.
Q. How do I report bullying at my school?
A. Most schools should have a resource link on their website that provides a document to report school incidents. In some cases, it is referred to as a HIB (Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying) Form. This document will allow you to list names, dates, details of experience and important notes that will be shared with District administrators. A HIP Form can be completed by anyone and can be anonymous.