Bullying is NOT OK Write down/ record the incident. Note date, time, location and people involved.
Go to your parents, your teachers and other adults that are in charge and let them know what’s going on
Don’t hesitate to ask for help. You may not have the tools or authority to put a stop to bullying, but someone you know does.
According to the Department of Justice:
Bullying has two key components: repeated harmful acts and an imbalance of power. It involves repeated physical, verbal, or psychological attacks or intimidation directed against a victim who cannot properly defend him- or herself because of size or strength, or because the victim is outnumbered or less psychologically resilient.
Bullying includes assault, tripping, intimidation, rumor-spreading and isolation, demands for money, destruction of property, theft of valued possessions, destruction of another’s work, and name-calling.