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    Student well-being is our priority, but it takes ALL of us working together to address bullying. Join us and learn more about bullying, including cyber bullying. 


    Parent Information Session on Bullying is Scheduled for:


    5 p.m. March 26, 2019, at Waynesville High School's Lecture Hall located on the far east side of the high school campus.


    All parents of students in Pre-K through 12th grades are welcome to attend this session, regardless of the school their child attends. 

    Tiger Tip Line is at www.waynesville.k12.mo.us/Page/9592





    It takes all of us…

    ’See something;

    say something!’






     What is bullying? What is cyber bullying?

    The Waynesville R-VI School District Board of Education Defines Bullying and Cyberbullying in Board Policy JFCF as follows:


    Bullying – In accordance with state law, bullying is defined as intimidation, unwanted aggressive behavior, or harassment that is repetitive or is substantially likely to be repeated and causes a reasonable student to fear for his or her physical safety or property; that substantially interferes with the educational performance, opportunities or benefits of any student without exception; or that substantially disrupts the orderly operation of the school. Bullying includes, but is not limited to: physical actions, including violence, gestures, theft or property damage; oral, written or electronic communication, including name-calling, put-downs, extortion or threats; or threats of reprisal or retaliation for reporting such acts.


    Cyberbullying – A form of bullying committed by transmission of a communication including, but not limited to, a message, text, sound or image by means of an electronic device including, but not limited to, a telephone, wireless telephone or other wireless communication device, computer or pager. The district has jurisdiction over cyberbullying that uses the district's technology resources or that originates on district property, at a district activity or on district transportation. Even when cyberbullying does not involve district property, activities or technology resources, the district will impose consequences and discipline for those who engage in cyberbullying if there is a sufficient nexus to the educational environment, the behavior materially and substantially disrupts the educational environment, the communication involves a threat as defined by law, or the district is otherwise allowed by law to address the behavior.


    What resources are available through the Waynesville R-VI School District?


    District Level

    School Level

    Classroom Level

    Individual Level

    Policies and Procedures

    Guidance Lessons K-12

    Parent Conferences

    Social Workers/Counselors


    Reporting and Follow-up Procedures

    Implementation of Classroom Management Strategies

    Follow Up Conferences

    District Report Form

    Classroom Management Training

    Student Lessons

    Student Safety Plans

    Tiger Tip Line

    Supervision Schedules



    Unity Day




    Annual Staff Training




    Security Measures




    Tiger Pride (Parent Education)





    Where can families go to get more information? 


    Cyber Bullying & Internet Safety Resources

    For information and resources on cyber-bullying and Internet safety, please visit https://www.pacer.org/bullying/resources/parents/mobile-and-online-safety.asp. They have an excellent collection of resources for parents and students.

    Additional information and resources on bullying: