Bullying Prevention

    Bullying Prevention

    Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior between one or more students that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. Bullying can be verbal, social/emotional, or physical and is a repeated behavior.  1 in 3 children in North Carolina reports being bullied in school. Bullying is being addressed by providing resources and education to students, families, staff, and administrators.

    Specifically, Pitt County Schools are:

    1. Creating school environments where bullying is not tolerated;

    2. Educating staff and students on bullying and ways to identify and address bullying

    3. Opening the lines of communications so that parents and students can express their worries and concerns to those that can help

    4. Modeling how to treat others with kindness and respect

    Here is what you can do to help:

    1. Report bullying to your student's teacher or principal directly; or

    2. Submit a report to the Tip Line (below or on the PCS app) if you suspect bullying.

    3. Be involved with your child’s school through the PTA, volunteering, attending orientation and open house, and getting to know you school's teachers, school counselors and social worker.

    Together we can prevent bullying and make our schools safe for all! 

Make a Report of Bullying through our Online Tip Line







Stop Bullying