Parents in the Pennsbury School District question whether a school should be involved in a student’s actions online, away from school. The school has recently established programs to combat all forms of bullying, including cyber bullying.

Although, the school doesn’t have a program in place to attack cyber bullying that does not occur in school. According to the Pennsbury Code of Conduct, Section VII, “’Bullying’ shall mean an intentional electronic, written, verbal or physical act, or a series of acts that are severe and directed at other students on school grounds.

While the school tries to combat cyber bullying, website such as Facebook make it easy for one student to bully another without consequences from the school.

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