Bullying Information

The Brockton Public Schools are committed to providing all students with a safe learning environment that is free from bullying and cyber bullying. The commitment is an integral part of our comprehensive efforts to promote learning, and to prevent and eliminate all forms of bullying and other harmful and disruptive behavior that can impede the learning process. The district will take specific steps to create a safe and, supportive environment for vulnerable populations in the school community. We will provide all students with the skills, knowledge, and strategies to identify, prevent, report, and respond to bullying, harassment, or retaliation.

Reporting an Incident of Bullying

The Brockton Public Schools administration strongly encourages anyone with knowledge of a bullying/cyber-bullying incident to report it immediately.

Option 1:
Direct report to school staff

  • At the elementary school level, contact your school principal, assistant principal or adjustment counselor, teacher or staff member.
  • At the middle school level, contact school principal, assistant or associate principal, school adjustment counselor, teacher or staff member.
  • At Brockton High School or alternative schools, contact principal, associate principal, dean, assistant dean, school adjustment counselor, teacher or staff member.

Option 2:
Written report to school staff

If a student or parent feels uncomfortable with Option 1, he/she can fill out the form below and submit it to the school office. This form is also available in the main office, the guidance office and the nurse's office of each Brockton Public School.

Reporting an Incident Form

Option 3:
Anonymous reporting

If a student or parent wishes to remain anonymous in sharing information about bullying or potential bullying scenarios, they can alert school staff anonymously by filling out the following online report.

BPS Anonymous Bullying Report

Option 4:
Tipsoft Anonymous Text-a-Tip

Middle School and High School students and parents can provide school officials with anonymous bullying reports by accessing their school's Text-A-Tip account.

Text-a-Tip for Safety

Resources from the MARC Institute at Bridgewater State University