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Bullying/Harassment Prevention

La Cueva High School students must participate in an annual information session on bullying and sexual harassment. Any incidents pertaining to any form of harassment, hazing, or bullying will be directed toward administration.


La Cueva High School strictly prohibits bullying and harassment by all members of the school community. La Cueva High School strictly prohibits bullying/harassment by students whether on or off campus. Those who encourage bullying may be subject to corrective action. Bullying/harassment incidents shall not be tolerated by any La Cueva High School employee.


La Cueva High School prohibits reprisal or retaliation against any person who reports an act of bullying.


It is expected that all members of the school community experience a positive school atmosphere where all individuals are honored and respected. It is the responsibility of every stakeholder to conduct themselves in a manner that promotes and supports this commitment.


"Bullying” is a way of using power aggressively in which a person is subjected to intentional, unwanted and unprovoked hurtful verbal and/or physical actions. An act of bullying results in the targeted student feeling oppressed, fearful, distressed, injured, or uncomfortable. The aggression is repeated on more than one occasion and can include: physical, verbal, emotional, racial, sexual, written, electronic, damage to property, social exclusion, and intimidation. Bullying may be motivated by actual or perceived characteristics such as race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation or identity, mental, physical or academic disability. Bullying often takes place in a social context. Cyberbullying is a form of bullying.


La Cueva High School shall consider bullying, or behavior that displays the characteristics of bullying, which occurs in a digital or cyber environment the same as bullying occurring in a traditional or physical environment.  La Cueva High School therefore prohibits bullying in a digital or cyber environment by all members of the school community with the use of district technology or personal electronic devices whether on or off campus.  Those who encourage bullying in a digital or cyber environment may be subject to corrective action.   La Cueva High School may take corrective action if a member of the school community has committed an act of bullying in a digital or cyber environment outside of these times/locations and that act of bullying lead to the disruption of a safe, respectful and fear-free environment for another member of the school community.


-Bullying and/or Harassment can be anonymously reported in the "Bully Box" located on the front desk in the Counseling Office.


-Students can also report instances directly to their assigned administrators.