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From YouTube: City Council Meeting - 08-17-2020


City Council Meeting - 08-17-2020


Thus, we've established this bullying prevention policy and the city defines bullying in this policy as any severe pervasive or persistent act or conduct, whether physical, electronic or verbal that may be based on a person's actual or perceived, and then there's a huge list of things that people might be bullied based upon: race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, intellectual ability, familial status, family responsibilities, matriculation political affiliation, genetic information, disability, source of income status as a victim of an intra-family offense place of residence or business or any other distinguishing characteristic or on a person's association with a person or group with any person with any one or more of the actual or perceived foregoing characteristics, and that a person who is perceived to have any of those things could be reasonably predicted that the bullying could be predicted to place a person in fear of harm, whether physical or otherwise, or could cause a substantial detrimental effect on the person could interfere with a person's academic performance or school attendance or interfere with their ability to participate in or benefit from the services activities or privileges available to them, so this policy says acts of bullying, including cyber bullying, whether by youth, adults, volunteers or staff are prohibited and it's prohibited on city property and it's prohibited in any of the programs that the city does elsewhere.