As required by ORC 3313.666, twice a year, school districts are required to provide the president of the board of education with a written summary of all reported harassment, intimidation and bullying incidents, as well as post the written summary on the district website. 
 
Bullying can be defined as a person being  "exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more other persons, and having difficulty defending himself or herself."
 

During the first semester of the 2021-22 school year, there were 5 incidents of harassment, bullying, intimidation at Hunter Elementary.

  1. A student made a to-do list that said to kill another student

  2. A student said out loud to the whole class that people are annoying. I am going to kill someone.

  3. A student told another student that he was going to break her foot

  4. A student told another student he was going to kill him, his family, and his pets.

  5. A student told another student they were ugly because of the color of their skin.

Hunter had 3 incidents of threats and 5 incidents of harassment for the spring semester of the 21-22 school year.  One of these incidents rose to the definition of bullying per board policy.