Each member of the HBHS community has a duty of care and shares the collective responsibility to ensure every member feels safe, supported and valued at all times. Tips for Students At HBHS members of the school community have rights and responsibilities.
Students and staff have the right to feel safe and protected from bullying and harassment.
The school responds quickly and firmly against bullying wherever and whenever it occurs.
The school is responsible for the implementation of an anti-bullying policy.
As the average amount of time spent on the Internet is rapidly increasing, the starting age of Internet users is steadily decreasing.
Thus, parents, psychologists, educators, technology creators and lawmakers must become aware of the potential risks and rewards of this phenomenon.
Adolescents who reported excessive uses of the Internet for web surfing, instant messaging, emailing and online games had a significantly higher mean score of loneliness than those who did not.