Bullying Incident Report Form https://forms.gle/adx2VUguw2ut9XZi9 

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2018 Bullying Awareness Poster Contest 

Poster must include a theme or slogan, which is reflected in the artwork. Below are some topic ideas:

Eligibility & Divisions

All students attending any Rankin County School District school.

Posters will be judged in the following separate divisions:

Size & Paper Specifications

All Posters should be on either 8x10 or 11x17 paper.

Lightweight paper should be mounted on tag board or self-supporting.

Art Media Criteria

Crayons, Cut paper, felt-tip pens, Markers, Pencils, Pen & Ink, Photos,

etc. may be used to create a poster. Wood, plastic, glass, metal, fabric and felt should NOT be part of the poster. Collage materials such as stencils, stickers, tracings, etc. may only be used by entrants in Category 1. POSTERS MUST BE FLAT FOR PRINTSHOP REPRODUCTION PURPOSES.


Your name, grade level & teacher should appear on a separate piece of paper attached to the back of the poster.


Your poster CANNOT include any copyrighted characters, such as those from comics, cartoons, television programs, newspapers, magazines, etc.

Judging Criteria

Judges will look for a relationship of the poster design to a theme, originality of the poster, quality of the artwork, visual impact of the poster design and suitability of poster for printing.


3 winning posters will be selected from each category (1st, 2nd, 3rd). The winning posters will be printed and reproduced for distribution in all school district-wide.

Additionally, the following monetary prizes will be awarded:

1st Place: $100

2nd Place: $50

3rd Place: $25 


Posters are due to school counselors by October 26, 2018. Each school will submit 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners for district competition. Please bring winning artwork to RCSD Student Support Services Training Center by Nov. 2, 2018.

Physical Bullying (pushing, shoving, hitting, threats, vandalism, theft, etc.)

Emotional Bullying (name calling, insults, teasing, etc.)

Social Bullying (gossiping, teasing about appearance, exclusion, public humiliation, etc.)

Cyber- Bullying (texting/messaging threats, defamatory web posts, derogatory emails, etc.)

Positive Friendships

Peer Pressure

Peer Conflict

Category 1: Pre-K through 2nd

Category 2: 3rd – 5th

Category 3: 6th – 8th

Category 4: High School


Martha Hollingsworth LPC


Student Support Services
Drug and Crisis Counselor/Mental Health Specialist


School Email


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 
1-800-273-TALK or text "TALK" to 741741

MS Suicide Hotline

Region 8 Crisis Line

Department of Mental Health Helpline

Partnership for Drug Free Kids
1-855-378-4373 (1-855-DRUGFREE)

Students Against Violence