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(3) Disrupts or interferes with the orderly operation of the school.
(b) As used in this article, an electronic act, communication, transmission or threat in-
cludes but is not limited to one which is administered via telephone, wireless phone,
computer, pager or any electronic or wireless device whatsoever, and includes but is not
limited to transmission of any image or voice, email or text message using any such de-
vice.
4102.3 Cyber bullying
4102.3.1
Cyber bullying means harassment, intimidation, or bullying, in any form, which is
directed toward any student, school district employee or administrator through the use of
internet, electronic mail, mobile telephone, or any other technology or digital device, whether
initiated on or off school property as referenced in Harrison County Schools Policy
#4101.10.3.
a. Has the purpose or effect of substantially or unreasonably interfering with an individ-
ual’s working or educational environment; or
b. Otherwise adversely affects an individual’s working or educational opportunities.
4102.4 Prohibition
4102.4.1 Responsibility
The Harrison County Board of Education and its Superintendent are responsible for adminis-
tering this policy.
4102.4.1.1
The Harrison County Board of Education prohibits the harassment, intimida-
tion, or bullying of any student on school property, on a school bus, at a school bus stop,
or at extra-curricular events.
4102.4.1.2
Any individual, group, or organization affiliated with the Harrison County
Board of Education, in any capacity, including without limitation the mentoring, “co-op”,
shadowing, internships, or volunteers programs, or as chaperones, sponsors, or vendors,
shall abide by this policy.