Bullying Prevention at Winters JUSD

Winters JUSD values equitable, inclusive, and personalized learning experiences for our culturally diverse groups of students to help all students continue to increase their academic, social, and emotional achievement in our schools. Also, Winters JUSD students, staff, and families value communication, collaboration, and community engagement and strives to create safe, healthy, and positive learning environments for all students at all school sites.

Winters JUSD students, staff, and families recognizes the harmful effects of bullying on student well-being, students’ academic and social achievement, school attendance, and desires to provide a safe school environment that protects students from physical and emotional harm. No individual or group shall, through physical, written, verbal, visual, or other means harass, sexually harass, threaten, intimidate, cyberbully, cause bodily injury to, or commit hate violence against any student or school personnel, or retaliate against them for filing a complaint or participating in the complaint resolution process (Winters JUSD Board Policy 5131.2(a)). Every staff and community member is responsible for promoting a positive school culture and ensuring the physical and emotional health of students while modeling appropriate expected behaviors for our students. Witnessed acts of bullying must be reported to to a school staff member.

This Bullying Prevention Manual will help students, staff, and families understand the dynamics of bullying and cyberbullying, which includes the identification of bullying and cyberbullying and the implementation of strategies to address and/or report bullying.

If you have questions, please contact your child’s school, or contact the Student Support Services Office at 530-795-6100.

Recursos Para Padres


El sitio web stopbullying.gov ayuda a

los adultos a aprender a identificar el

acoso, el ciberacoso, la prevención y a

trabajar juntos como una unidad.

Common Sense Media: Cyberbullying

Common Sense Media ofrece a los

padres consejos, directrices, vídeos y

artículos sobre ciberacoso.

stopbullying.org: Respond to Bullying

El sitio web stopbullyin.org Respond to

Bullying enseña a los padres a

responder al acoso en el acto, evitar

errores de respuesta comunes y

prevenir bullying.

Disability: Bullying and Harassment

Este recurso apoya la orientación

sobre el acoso de estudiantes con

discapacidades y analiza las acciones a

tomar cuando el acoso interfiere con el


Resources for Families of LGBTQ Youth

Encuentre recursos en esta sección

que lo ayudarán a comprender qué

esperar y aprender a hablar con su hijo

sobre temas LGBTQ.

Winters JUSD Board Policy 5131.2

Winters JUSD Board Policy describes the harmful effects of bullying on student well-being, learning, and attendance. Definitions, measures to prevent bullying, staff development, student instruction, and reporting and filing of complaints are shared in the BP.

Parent Resources


The stopbullying.gov website helps adults learn to identify bullying, cyberbullying, prevention, and work together as a unit.

Common Sense Media: Cyberbullying

Common Sense Media provides parents with cyberbullying advice, guidelines, videos, and articles.

stopbullying.org: Respond to Bullying

The stopbullyin.org Respond to Bullying website teaches parents to respond to bullying on the spot, avoid common response mistakes, and prevention.

Disability: Bullying and Harassment

This resource supports guidance on bullying of students with disabilities and discusses actions to take when bullying interferes with learning.

Resources for Families of LGBTQ Youth

Find resources in this section to help you understand what to expect and learn to talk with your child about LGBTQ issues.

Student Resources


The stopbullying .gov website will help students identify bullying and stand up to it safely.

stopbullying.gov: Cyberbullying

The stopbullying.gov page will help students understand cyber bullying awareness, prevention, and social media apps.

Kids Health-Helping Kids Deal With Bullies

The Kids Health website will help kids understand why bullies act that way, how to handle it, and help prevent a run-in with a bully

LGBTQ Resources

Find resources in this section intended to help LGBTQ students understand issues that may be impacting their lives.

Suicide Prevention of Yolo County

Suicide Prevention of Yolo County provides telephone counseling that is confidential, anonymous, and provided by trained crisis volunteers. Are you in crisis? Call 888-233-0228 or dial 988.