• Information on Bullying, Harassment and Intimidation



  •     It is the policy of Queen Anne’s County Public Schools to prohibit bullying, harassment, and intimidation of any person on school property, at school-sponsored functions or by the use of electronic technology at a public school.  It is also the policy of Queen Anne’s County Public Schools to prohibit reprisal or retaliation against individuals who report acts of bullying, harassment and intimidation or who are victims, witnesses, bystanders, or others with reliable information about an act of bullying, harassment, and intimidation. 
      The Queen Anne's County School system has recently launched an online reporting system for reporting incidents of bullying, harassment and intimidation by parents, students, teachers, and other school staff. This reporting system is an online version of the official bullying, harassment, and intimidation form that is available at all schools. The online version does not replace the form that is available, it is simply another way to report an incident to the Queen Anne's County School system.
    If you would like any more information or have any questions about the online reporting system, please contact S. Matthew Evans, Supervisor of Student Services for the Queen Anne's Public Schools at 410-758-8216 or you can email him at matthew.evans@qacps.org
  • Definition of Bullying: Queen Anne’s County Public Schools defines bullying, harassment and intimidation as intentional conduct, including verbal, physical, or written conduct or an intentional electronic communication that is repeated over time, creates a hostile educational environment by Substantially interfering with a student’s educational benefits, opportunities, or performance, or with a student’s physical or psychological well-being and is: 
    1. Motivated by an actual or a perceived personal characteristic including race, national origin, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, ancestry, physical attributes, socioeconomic status, familial status, or physical or mental ability or disability; 
    2. Threatening or seriously intimidating; 
    3. Occurs on school property, at a school activity or event, or on a school bus; 
    4. Substantially disrupts the orderly operation of a school