What must school administrators do to comply with your state's laws to prevent student-on-student bullying?
Alaska: a.) Ensure each school district develops and adopts a policy that prohibits the harassment, intimidation, or bullying of any student. b.) Ensure parents or guardians, students, volunteers, and school employees are aware of policy. c.) In the development of the policy ensure opportunity is provided for participation by parents or guardians, school employees, volunteers, students, administrators, and community representatives. d.) Ensure the policy emphasizes positive character traits and values, including the importance of civil and respectful speech and conduct, and the responsibility of students to comply with the district's policy prohibiting harassment, intimidation, or bullying. e.) Ensures the policy includes provisions for an appropriate punishment schedule up to and including expulsion and reporting of criminal activity to local law enforcement authorities. f.) Ensure school employees, volunteers, and students adhere to the policy. g.) By November 30th, report all incidents resulting in suspension or expulsion for harassment, intimidation, or bullying on school premises or on transportation systems used by schools during the preceding school year.