Bullying Prevention &
Parent Resources

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Olweus Program - The District Guidance Team has included bullying prevention in the District Guidance Plan and recommended the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.  This school year the schools are in the second year of implementation. Get more information on this program.  Please note that the Olweus Implementation Team is tailoring this program to meet the needs of each school.

District Policy & Bullying Reporting Form - The Epping School District is committed to providing all students a safe and secure school environment in which all members of the school community are treated with respect.  Conduct constituting bullying and/or cyberbullying will not be tolerated and is prohibited.  Policy JICK Pupil Safety and Violence Prevention (Bullying Prohibited) meets all requirements of the "bullying" legislation which became effective July 1, 2010. 

The District presentation "Pupil Safety and Violence Prevention (Bullying)" may also be referenced to address the following questions/issues.  View the presentation.

Student Responsibilities

  • Report bullying incident immediately to Principal or Dean of Students
  • Tell a teacher or school employee who shall report the bullying incident
  • Complete the Bullying Report Form
  • Do not wrongfully and intentionally accuse another student of bullying

Parent Responsibilities

Report to the Principal or Dean of Students if you believe that your child is the victim of bullying or the perpetrator of bullying
Talk to your children about bullying
Inform the school immediately about bullying
Complete the Bullying Report Form
Cooperate fully with the school

Two things for students and parents to keep in mind.

  1. Bullying does not go away!
  2. The school cannot address bullying if it is not reported!

Please use the Bullying Report Form to report bullying.


The following resources have been recommended by the NH Department of Education.

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