Under new legislation, schools would be required to define cyberbullying in anti-bullying school policies.
Holland High School principal, Deb Feenstra walks through the halls of school with eyes and ears open to make sure students are safe. Now she's facing a new threat that can't always be seen or heard. There's a victim and a bully, but she says it's not easy to know who is who.
"It's an interaction that maybe started in the hallway and now I have a response online to it, but I'm not sure what came first," says Feenstra.
Under new legislation, all schools would be required to define cyberbullying and include it in anti-bullying policies.